Legends and satires from medieval literature

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Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Introduction.--Proem: Of man's body, Of Man's soul.--Debate: The amorous contention of Phillis and Flora. The pleading of the Rose and of the Violet.--Vision: The purgatory of Saint Patrick.--Saints' lives: The life of Saint Brandon, The life of Saint Margaret.--Pious tales: A miracle of God's body, A miracle of the Virgin, The translation of Saint Thomas of Canterbury.--Allegory: An extract from "The castle of love".--Bestiary: Lion, Eagle, Whale, Siren.--Lapidary: Diamond, Sapphire, Amethyst. Geratite, Chelidonius, Coral, Heliotrope, Pearl, Pantheros; Symbolism of the carbuncle; Symbolism of the twelve stones.--Homily: Concerning miracle plays, games, and minstrelsy. Satire: The song of the University of Paris, The land of Cockaygne. The complaint of the husbandman, Sir Penny.--Lay: Sir Orfeo.--Notes
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