The Wandering Scholars

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University of Michigan Press, 1927 - Poetry - 330 pages
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A study of the Goliards, itinerant Latin lyricists of the 12th and 13th centuries

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User Review  - C.S._Lewis - LibraryThing

Of the literary merits of Bernardus, the reader can judge best by comparing the account I have just given with the equally favourable, but differently directed, account of Miss Waddell, who touches nothing which she does not adorn. - from The allegory of love, chapter 2 Read full review

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The style was difficult for me (professor of biology) with bullet-like sentences which assume the reader can make the transitions and references to all kinds of literature, most of which I am probably ... Read full review

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