JOAN E. McRAE's Alain Chartier: The Quarrel of the Belle Dame Sans Mercy PDF

By JOAN E. McRAE

Belle dame sans merci (Beautiful woman without mercy) (1424) isn't really available in moden English translation in other places, making this an important addition to any library with a medieval literature or French literature collection.

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