Cliges

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Fiction - 88 pages
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He who wrote of Erec and Enide, and translated into French the commands of Ovid and the Art of Love, and wrote the Shoulder Bite, and about King Mark and the fair Iseut, and about the metamorphosis of the Lapwing, the Swallow, and the Nightingale, will tell another story now about a youth who lived in Greece and was a member of King Arthur's line.

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Chretien De Troyes' Arthurian Romances
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CLIGES by Chretien detroyes Fl. 12th Century ad ... Contains translations of "Erec et Enide" (by Carroll), "Cliges", "Yvain", "Lancelot", and detroyes' ...
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Université Rennes 2 - "Cligès" et "Philomena" de Chrétien de Troyes.
Description. Chrétien de Troyes. Cligès, Philomena De tous les romans de Chrétien de Troyes, Cligès est sans doute le plus surprenant : aucun géant, ...
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Quando Alessandro torna in Grecia per riprendersi il suo trono, Alis promette di non prendere moglie e che lascera' il regno in eredita' a Cliges, figlio di ...
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Project Gutenberg Edition of Cliges: A Romance
Project Gutenberg Presents. Cliges: A Romance. by Chretien de Troyes. translated by Laetitia Jane Gardiner · Project Gutenberg Release #2414 (November 2000) ...
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About the author (2004)

Author of early Arthurian romances, Chretien de Troyes was born in France around 1150. Little is known about this important medieval writer. Chretien's poems can not be dated, except to say that they were written sometime in the second half of the twelfth century. Some of his other work has been lost or their authorship is disputed. Chretien's most famous works, "Lancelot" and "Perceval," have all the ingredients of Celtic legend, and pay homage to the Holy Grail. Chretien also composed a famous version of Tristan and Isolde. During his life, Chretien enjoyed the patronage of Marie de Champagne, the daughter of Philip of Flanders and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Although it is not confirmed, it is believed that he died in Paris in 1190.

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