The lais of Marie de France

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Dutton, Nov 1, 1978 - Poetry - 237 pages

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User Review  - grheault - LibraryThing

Marie de France... a woman writer 14th c. -- an automatic must read, and well worth it. Short stories about knights and ladies, evil queens and knavery, originally in a poetic format, easily as entertaining as Bocaccio's Decameron. Fun to read and to re-read. Read full review

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User Review  - veranasi - LibraryThing

If you like fairy tales or weird pomo fiction, read this book. Neither pomo nor fairy tales, the Lais of Marie de France will satisfy you, especially if you are me. I'm going to read all of her works, I've decided. Marie is tons of fun. Read full review

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INTRODUCTION i
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PROLOGUE
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GUIGEMAR
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Copyright

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