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The Manuscripts Of Marie De France

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This section of the book A Companion to Marie de France contains a list of reference materials that are mentioned in the book. The references are classified as: Editions and Translations, and Secondary Sources. Marie de France embodies one of the most prominent literary voices of the 12th century and was, to the best of our knowledge, the first woman of letters to write in French. In addition to the collection of Aesopic fables mentioned by Claude Fauchet, she is most likely the author whose name appears simply as "Marie" in three other works: the Lais, L'Espurgatoire seint Patriz, and La Vie seinte Audree, all of which will be discussed in this book. The chapters in the book bear witness that Marie de France studies thrive today more than ever in the history of literary criticism and continue to evolve through new critical perspectives.

Keywords: L'Espurgatoire seint Patriz; La Vie seinte Audree; Lais; Marie de France

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