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on 25 May 1999
This story, translated from the medieval French is a marvellous read for all the allegory fans out there. It concerns the trials and tribulations of the Lover trying to reach his goal, the rose who he loves. It is interesting to compare this with the Mechant's Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer, which heavily draws from this French example of Allegory.
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