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Who are Cerverí's worst enemies?
Cabré, Míriam
Those who heard the piece sung at the royal court of Aragon, where it was composed, were more than likely familiar with its author, the troubadour Cerverí de Girona, one of the most significant poets of the time. If later readers knew the poem from a compilation similar to the only chansonnier that has preserved it until present times, they would have had access to at least one hundred and three other pieces by the same troubadour, which give useful clues to understand this self-referential piece
Cerverí, de Girona, ca. 1259-ca. 1285 -- Crítica i interpretació
Cerverí, de Girona, ca. 1259-ca. 1285 -- Criticism and interpretation
Cançons trobadoresques
Troubadour songs
Poesia occitana
Occitan poetry
Attribution 3.0 Spain
City University of New York. Graduate Center

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