Catalog Record: La vie genereuse des mercelots, gueuz, et boesmiens, contenans leur façon de vivre, subtilitez & gergon mis en lumière par Pechon de Ruby | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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La vie genereuse des mercelots, gueuz, et boesmiens, contenans leur façon de vivre, subtilitez & gergon mis en lumière par Pechon de Ruby / Pechon de Ruby ; édition critique annotée et commentée de l'édition lyonnaise de 1596 avec des documents complémentaires et un dictionnaire-glossaire du jargon du livret par Denis Delaplace.

Main Author: Pechon de Ruby.
Related Names: Delaplace, Denis.
Language(s): French ; French, Middle (ca. 1300-1600)
Published: Paris : Champion, 2007.
Subjects: Rogues and vagabonds > Early works to 1800.
French language > Middle French, 1300-1600 > Texts.
Physical Description: 308 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN: 2745316435
9782745316431
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