Romance and Other Studies. Number One: the Evangile Aux Femmes, an Old-French Satire on Women. Edited with Introduction and Notes. (Also issued in thesis form.)
Keidel, George C.

Baltimore: The Friedenwald Company, 1895. F 93 pages; (from the Introduction): "...the Evangile aux Femmes is perhaps the most remarkable...this poem has never been lost sight of by the literary public of France...seems to have been a general favorite with the trouveurs and their jovial audiences..."; with information on authorship, relations of various manuscripts of the work, texts & notes section, with small humorous & satirical illustrations a la Aesop's fables; original printed paper self-wraps; some edge, tips wear and dustiness to covers, front cover chipped & detached; pages occasionally roughly opened; good condition and interesting literary and historical commentary regarding this old French tale. Good S (Item ID: 18059)


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