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Little is known of '''Marie de France''' other than that she wrote in the [[12th Century]]. She wrote a number of fables, but is best known for her ''[[Breton Lais]]'', a collection of tales steeped in the traditions of [[courtly love]].
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Little is known of '''Marie de France''' other than that she wrote in the [[12th Century]]. She [[writing|wrote]] a number of fables, but is best known for her ''[[Breton Lais]]'', a collection of tales steeped in the traditions of [[courtly love]].
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=== External links ===
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*[http://home.infionline.net/~ddisse/marie.html overview of Marie's life and writings with many links to online sources for her history and writings]
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[[Category:People (medieval)]]

Latest revision as of 15:08, 29 September 2006

Little is known of Marie de France other than that she wrote in the 12th Century. She wrote a number of fables, but is best known for her Breton Lais, a collection of tales steeped in the traditions of courtly love.

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