The 'Roman de la rose' and thirteenth-century thought /

The thirteenth-century allegorical dream vision, the Roman de la Rose, transformed how medieval literary texts engaged with philosophical ideas. Written in Old French, its influence dominated French, English and Italian literature for the next two centuries, serving in particular as a model for Chau...

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Corporate Author: Roman de la Rose et la philosophie parisienne au XIIIe siècle Institut d'études avancées de Paris)
Other Authors: Morton, Jonathan, 1982- (Editor, Translator), Nievergelt, Marco (Editor, Translator), Marenbon, John (Editor)
Format: Conference Proceeding eBook
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2020.
Series:Cambridge studies in Medieval literature ; 111.
Online Access:CONNECT