Originally published in 1987, this book contains the Love Sgons of the Carmina Burana, alongisde a select bibliography and textual notes. The collection of poems now known as the Carmina was given its name by Schmeller in 1847, and the Carmina Burana comprises the best and most representative products of goliardism and remains the definitive manifestation of the goliardic movement.
1. Introduction. 2. Select Bibliography. 3. The Love Songs of the Carmina Burana. 4. Textal Notes. 5. Index of First Lines.
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