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Le Roman de la rose ou de Guillaume de Dole, publié d'après le manuscrit du Vatican par G. Servois.

Main Author: Jean Renart, 12th/13th cent.
Related Names: Jean Renart 12th/13th cent., Paris, Gaston Bruno Paulin 1839-1903., Servois, Gustave Marie Joseph 1829-1927.
Language(s): French
Published: Paris, Firmin Didot et cie, 1893.
Note: Les chansons, par Gaston Paris: p. [lxxxix]-cxxi.
To distinguish this romance from the Roman de la Rose of Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, the editor, following Fauchet, Gaston Paris, and others, prefers the designation Roman de Guillaume de Dole. cf. Introd., p. i-ii.
For a discussion of Jean Renart's claims to the authorship of Guillaume de Dole and L'escoufle see the introduction to Le lai de l'ombre, par Jean Renart, pub. par J. Bédier (Soc. des anciens textes franc̜ais) 1913.
Physical Description: 2 p.l., cxxi p., 1 l., 204 p. 23 cm.
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