The first English translation of this famous poem in the original meter, handsomely illustrated with 15th century woodcuts. Around 1237 Guillaume de Lorris wrote the first 4,000 lines of the Romance of the Rose: an allegorical poem which was intended to be a model and summary of all love affairs. A man has a dream that he is out for a walk on a spring morning and comes upon a beautiful garden. Inside the garden, he sees a beautiful rose. Straightaway, Cupid pierces his heart with an arrow and fills him with the desire to ...

The Romance of the Rose 2015, Rossignol Books

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The Romance of the Rose 2009, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

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The Romance of the Rose 2002, Syracuse University Press

ISBN-13: 9780815627654

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The Romance of the Rose 1999, Oxford University Press, USA

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The Romance of the Rose 1994, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

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The Romance of the Rose 1983, University Press of New England

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Romance of the Rose 1962, Plume Books

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Romance of the Rose 1962, Plume Books

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