Aucassin and Nicolette, and Other Mediaeval Romances and Legends

Aucassin and Nicolette and Other Mediaeval Romances and Legends None

  • Title: Aucassin and Nicolette, and Other Mediaeval Romances and Legends
  • Author: Eugene Mason
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Hardcover
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  • There is something about Mediaeval Romances that modern day romances lack. Take for instance, "Aucassin and Nicolette". On the face of it, the story might look too simple, two lovers and his father doesn't like the girl. Yet, there is something far more touching about Aucassin's repeating "my sweet friend" when describing Nicolette. Somehow it makes his love seem far more real. I was even willing to forgive him his rather sexists views about women and love. (I actually wanted to introduce him to [...]


  • Finished Aucassin & Nicolette and Other Medieval Romances and Legends translated by Eugene Mason. As the title states this is a collection of medieval stories - romances, religious tales and other legends, all French in origin. It's a wonderful read. The first, Aucassin & Nicolette, is a classic tale where two young people fall in love. In this one, father of the young man, believes that the young woman is not appropriate choice for his only son because she is of a lower class than his s [...]


  • AUCASSIN AND NICOLETTE. (13th century). Anon. **. This was the title piece in an Everyman’s Library edition. After reading this “romance,” I decided to skip the others included. The only way I could get through this one was to imagine it as being staged by Monty Python. The story was absurd and the songs were collected from very old Hallmark cards. I can see this being assigned to a Lit. major who would quickly look to see if there was either a Cliffs Notes or a Classic Comics version that [...]


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