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Anthology of Ancient Medival Woman's Song th Edition. by A. Klinck including the standard periods like ancient greece and medieval france, but also some less-than-standard, such as medieval ireland and islamic spain. On the one hand, the best thing about this work is all non-English works are included in parallel-text format, giving the › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Ancient Greece --The Archaic Period --Alcman A Partheneion or Maidens' Song --Sappho Hymn to Aphrodite "Some say an army of horse, some of foot" "I think he's equal to the gods" "Eros has shattered my heart" "Sweet Get this from a library.
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