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The allegory of love

C. S. Lewis

The allegory of love

a study in medieval tradition

by C. S. Lewis

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Published by OUP in Oxford .
Written in English


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C. S. Lewis devotes considerable attention to The Romance of the Rose and The Faerie Queene, and to such poets as Geoffrey Chaucer, John Gower, and Thomas Usk.