Song and Legend from the Middle Ages
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Song and Legend from the Middle Ages

By Porter Lander MacClintock, William Darnall MacClintock
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  • SONG AND LEGEND FROM THE MIDDLE AGES
  • CONTENTS.
    • PREFACE.
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • III. LYRICS.
      • SONG AND LEGEND FROM THE MIDDLE AGES.
      • ROMANCES.
      • FROM MORTE D'ARTHUR.
      • Book XIII. Chapter 6.
      • LATER FRENCH LYRICS.
      • RONDEL.
      • THE BALLADE OF DEAD LADIES.
      • LYRIC POETRY—PROVENCAL.
      • FABLES AND TALES.
      • THE PRIEST WHO ATE MULBERRIES.
      • TALES.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • III. LYRICS.
    • SONG AND LEGEND FROM THE MIDDLE AGES.
    • ROMANCES.
    • FROM MORTE D'ARTHUR.
    • Book XIII. Chapter 6.
    • LATER FRENCH LYRICS.
    • RONDEL.
    • THE BALLADE OF DEAD LADIES.
    • LYRIC POETRY—PROVENCAL.
    • FABLES AND TALES.
    • THE PRIEST WHO ATE MULBERRIES.
    • TALES.
    • CHAPTER II. SPANISH LITERATURE.
      • ANCIENT BALLADS.
      • NON ES DE SESSUDOS HOMES. (ON THE FIELD).
      • LLORANDO DIEGO LAYNEZ. (THE TRIUMPH.)
      • THE YOUNG CID.
      • THE CID'S COURTSHIP.
      • BAVIECA.
      • FROM THE POEM OF THE CID.
      • THE BATTLE WITH KING BUCAR OF MOROCCO, AT VALENCIA.
      • CHAPTER III. SCANDINAVIAN LITERATURE.
      • VOLUSPA. THE ORACLE OF THE PROPHETESS VALA.
      • HAVAMAL.
      • VAFTHRUDNISMAL. THE SONG OF VAFTHRUDNER.
    • ANCIENT BALLADS.
    • NON ES DE SESSUDOS HOMES. (ON THE FIELD).
    • LLORANDO DIEGO LAYNEZ. (THE TRIUMPH.)
    • THE YOUNG CID.
    • THE CID'S COURTSHIP.
    • BAVIECA.
    • FROM THE POEM OF THE CID.
    • THE BATTLE WITH KING BUCAR OF MOROCCO, AT VALENCIA.
    • CHAPTER III. SCANDINAVIAN LITERATURE.
    • VOLUSPA. THE ORACLE OF THE PROPHETESS VALA.
    • HAVAMAL.
    • VAFTHRUDNISMAL. THE SONG OF VAFTHRUDNER.
    • CHAPTER IV. GERMAN LITERATURE.
      • THE NATIONAL EPIC.
      • THE SONG OF HILDEBRAND.
      • ROMANCES.
      • THE MINNESINGERS.
      • FROM THE CRUSADERS' HYMN.
      • CHAPTER V. ITALIAN LITERATURE.
      • FROM THE VITA NUOVA.
      • III.
    • THE NATIONAL EPIC.
    • THE SONG OF HILDEBRAND.
    • ROMANCES.
    • THE MINNESINGERS.
    • FROM THE CRUSADERS' HYMN.
    • CHAPTER V. ITALIAN LITERATURE.
    • FROM THE VITA NUOVA.
    • III.
    • FROM THE DIVINE COMEDY.[1]
      • SONNET XIV. HE COMPARES HIMSELF TO A PILGRIM.
      • SONNET XCVIII. LEAVE-TAKING.
      • SESTINA VII. HE DESPAIRS OF ESCAPING FROM HIS TORMENTS.
      • SONNET XLII. THE SPRING ONLY RENEWS HIS GRIEF.
      • SONNET LII. HE REVISITS VAUCLUSE.
      • CANZONE III. UNDER VARIOUS ALLEGORIES HE PAINTS THE VIRTUE, BEAUTY, AND UNTIMELY DEATH OF LAURA.
      • SONNET LXXXV. HE CONFESSES AND REGRETS HIS SINS, AND PRAYS GOD TO SAVE HIM FROM ETERNAL DEATH.
      • SONNET XC. THE PLAINTIVE SONG OF A BIRD RECALLS HIS KEENER SORROW.
      • FROM THE DECAMERON.
      • THE POT OF BASIL.
    • SONNET XIV. HE COMPARES HIMSELF TO A PILGRIM.
    • SONNET XCVIII. LEAVE-TAKING.
    • SESTINA VII. HE DESPAIRS OF ESCAPING FROM HIS TORMENTS.
    • SONNET XLII. THE SPRING ONLY RENEWS HIS GRIEF.
    • SONNET LII. HE REVISITS VAUCLUSE.
    • CANZONE III. UNDER VARIOUS ALLEGORIES HE PAINTS THE VIRTUE, BEAUTY, AND UNTIMELY DEATH OF LAURA.
    • SONNET LXXXV. HE CONFESSES AND REGRETS HIS SINS, AND PRAYS GOD TO SAVE HIM FROM ETERNAL DEATH.
    • SONNET XC. THE PLAINTIVE SONG OF A BIRD RECALLS HIS KEENER SORROW.
    • FROM THE DECAMERON.
    • THE POT OF BASIL.
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