Danse Macabre: François Villon, Poetry & Murder in Medieval France

  • Title: Danse Macabre: François Villon, Poetry & Murder in Medieval France
  • Author: Aubrey Burl
  • ISBN: 9780750921770
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Danse Macabre Fran ois Villon Poetry Murder in Medieval France Francois Villon is one of the great enigmas of French medieval history a lyric poet of beauty and depth he was also a murderer pimp thief and denizen of the underworld of th century Par
    Francois Villon 1431 1465 is one of the great enigmas of French medieval history a lyric poet of beauty and depth, he was also a murderer, pimp, thief and denizen of the underworld of 15th century Paris This study places Villon in the context of medieval France from the death of Joan of Arc, describing the appalling condition of the country during the Hundred Years WaFrancois Villon 1431 1465 is one of the great enigmas of French medieval history a lyric poet of beauty and depth, he was also a murderer, pimp, thief and denizen of the underworld of 15th century Paris This study places Villon in the context of medieval France from the death of Joan of Arc, describing the appalling condition of the country during the Hundred Years War, the time when Gilles de Rais the original Bluebeard was practicing his diabolical craft of child abuse and alchemy.

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    1. The history itself was interesting, but the way it was presented was terrible, making this an extremely difficult read for myself. But I finished and I would like to read more on Villon, possibly a sampling of his poetry. However, I will NOT be reading anything else by this author.

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