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Féerie et idylles : des amours contrariées

Abstract : Early idyllic romances (12th to early 14th centuries) do not usually invoke the world of fairies. This incompatibility is seen in later idyllic narratives (for instance Charles de Hongrie, Eledus et Serene, Ponthus et Sidoine, Cleriadus et Meliadice), and is especially exemplified in Artus de Bretagne, a fairy-tale romance, which initiates idyllic scenarios only to undercut them immediately.
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Christine Ferlampin-Acher. Féerie et idylles : des amours contrariées. Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales et Humanistes / Journal of Medieval and Humanistic Studies, Classiques Garnier, 2010, Le roman idyllique à la fin du Moyen Âge, pp.29-42. ⟨10.4000/crm.12207⟩. ⟨hal-01591091⟩



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