Master Richard's Bestiary of Love and Response
This affordable reprint edition of the beautifully illustrated translation of Richard de Fournival's Bestiary of Love and the anonymous Response makes this medieval examination of the nature of love accessible to students and the general reader.
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Master Richards Bestiary of Love
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Aelian animal Argus arriere-ban avenged babies beak beast believe Besnaire Bestiaire d'amour Bestiary of Love bird of prey braying caladrius captured certainly clearly clerics cockatrice conceived conformity crane creature crocodile crow dead death deceived Depiction and Description dragon eats eyes fair lord fear fell asleep foolish give birth God's name guard happens hatch heard hearing heart herb holding hoopoe hydra intelligence killed knew I loved lady lion lord and master lord master lose lover maiden Master Richard's Bestiary memory mercy mother naked nature never nourish ostrich Ovid partridge peacock's tail person Physiologus power of voice pride reason repent Response to Master resuscitate Reynard Richard de Fournival seems senses Serra sight sing siren sleep smell someone song speak surprising swallow swan sweet sweetest love tail signifies foresight things trust truth unicorn unless vengeance viii viper weasel whale Wherefore I say wish wolf woman women words