Originally published in 1984, this book features The French Fabliau alongisde a translation and textual notes. The original manuscript, formerly labeled Bibliotheque du Roi 7218, is rightfully considered the oldest and one of the two most imporant and complete collections of medieval literature.
1. D'Estormi. 2. De Saint Piere et du Jougleur. 3. De Sire Hain et de Dame Anieuse. 4. De Boivin de Provins. 5. Des .III. Avugles de Compiegne. 6. Li Lais d'Aristote. 7. De Jouglet. 8. Des .III. Dames qui trouverent l'anel. 9. Du Chevalier a la Robe Vermeille. 10. D'Aloul. 11. Des Braies au Cordelier. 12. Textual and Translation Notes.
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