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Gesta Romanorum;
or, Entertaining moral stories; invented by the monks as a fireside recreation, and commonly applied in their discourses from the pulpit: whence the most celebrated of our own poets and others, from the earliest times, have extracted their plots.
Translated from the Latin, with preliminary observations and copious notes, by Charles Swan. Rev. and corr. by Wynnard Hooper.



Related Names: Hooper, Wynnard , ed., Swan, Charles , tr.
Language(s): English
Published: [New York] Dover Publications [1959]
Subjects: Tales, Latin.
Note: "An unabridged and unaltered republication of the Bohn library edition of 1876."
Physical Description: lxxvi, 425 p. 21 cm.
ISBN: 0404500099
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