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Fabula docet : studies in the background and interpretation of Henryson's Morall fabillis / Marianne Powell
Bib ID 2356747
Format BookBook
Author
Powell, Marianne
 
Description [Odense, Denmark] : Odense University Press, c1983 
222 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 8774924087
Series

Odense University studies in English ; v. 6.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [213]-222.

Subjects Henryson, Robert, 1430?-1506? Morall fabillis of Esope the Phrygian.  |  Roman de Renart.  |  Aesop's fables.  |  Didactic poetry -- History and criticism.  |  Fables, Greek -- Adaptations -- History and criticism.  |  Scottish poetry -- To 1700 -- History and criticism.  |  Fables, Scottish -- History and criticism.  |  Scottish poetry -- Greek influences.  |  Animals in literature.  |  Ethics in literature.

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