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B Vulgar Latin
E Trends in Linguistic Development
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antiquity artistic beautiful became bourgeois bourgeoisie Catalan Catholic chansons de geste charm Christian Church classical Latin comedies composed conception contemporary countries courtly romance Dante dialects domination drama elegant empire entire epic especially esthetic Europe European example expression famous feudal fifteenth France French Gaul genre Germanic tribes Greek honnetes human Humanists Iberian Peninsula ideas imitated important influence intellectual Italian Italy Jansenist king large number later linguistic literary language literature living Louis XIV Low Latin lyric poetry medieval Middle Ages modern moral moralistic movement mystical nature novel origin Paris Passion period persons Petrarch philosophical plays poems poet poetic prose Prov Provengal realistic religious Renaissance Revolution Roman Romance languages satire scholars second half seventeenth century sixteenth century sometimes soul Spain Spanish spirit style subjects syllables taste thirteenth century tion tradition trends twelfth century unity vernacular vowels Vulgar Latin words writers written wrote