Confessio amantis John Gower (13..-1408)

    Langue : anglais moyen (1100-1500)
    Date : 1390
    Note :
    Poème de 33 000 vers relatant la confession d'un amant, Amans, à Genius, prêtre de Vénus
    Domaines : Littératures

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    Confessio amantis
    The Latin verses in the "Confessio amantis"
    Confessio amantis
    Confessio amantis of John Gower, edited and collated with the best manuscripts, by Dr. Reinhold Pauli
    Confessio amantis, or the Confession of the lover
    Confessio amantis. [Extraits.]

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    Feminized counsel and the literature of advice in England, 1380-1500
    Chaucer, Gower, and the vernacular rising
    Lordship and literature
    Venus' owne clerk
    The English "Loathly Lady" tales
    Love & ethics in Gower's "Confessio amantis"
    Aspects of love in John Gower's "Confessio amantis"
    Amoral Gower
    Fathers and daughters in Gower's 'Confessio amantis'
    Sciences and the self in medieval poetry
    John Gower and the structures of conversion
    Gower's "Confessio amantis"
    "Betwene ernest and game"
    Confesión del amante
    John Gower
    An annotated index to the commentary of John Gower's Confessio Amantis
    A Concordance to John Gower's "Confessio amantis"
    Gower's "Confessio amantis"
    Kingship and common profit in Gower's "Confessio amantis"

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