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The legacy ; & the testament

著者: François Villon; Louis Simpson
出版商: Ashland, OR : Story Line Press, ©2000.
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"Louis Simpson's translation of Francois Villon's The Legacy & The Testament is the definitive translation of the life work of one of France's greatest poets. Raised by a foster father who intended him for the Church, Villon associated with thieves and vagabonds. Later imprisoned, chained and tortured, he survived to write one of the most enduring epics ever." "This translation of Villon is faithful to the original  再读一些...
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Villon, François, b. 1431.
Legacy.
Ashland, OR : Story Line Press, ©2000
(OCoLC)606430956
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: François Villon; Louis Simpson
ISBN: 1586540017 9781586540012 1885266995 9781885266996
OCLC号码: 44270486
描述: xx, 19 pages ; 23 cm
内容: The Legacy --
The Testament --
Notes on The Legacy --
Notes on The Testament.
其他题名: Testament.
Lais.
Legacy ; & The testament
Legacy ; and The testament
责任: by François Villon ; translated by Louis Simpson.

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"Louis Simpson's translation of Francois Villon's The Legacy & The Testament is the definitive translation of the life work of one of France's greatest poets. Raised by a foster father who intended him for the Church, Villon associated with thieves and vagabonds. Later imprisoned, chained and tortured, he survived to write one of the most enduring epics ever." "This translation of Villon is faithful to the original structure and each poem is translated with its original pathos and wit."--Jacket.

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