This verse translation of Yvain; or, The Knight with the
Lion brings to life a fast-paced yet remarkably subtle work
often considered to be the masterpiece of the twelfth-century
French writer Chrétien de Troyes. The creator of the Arthurian
romance as a genre, Chrétien is revealed in this work as a witty,
versatile writer who mastered both the soaring flight of emotion
and the devastating aside and was as skillful a debater of the
finer points of love as he was a describer of battles.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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