Patricia Terry: Renard the Fox



KINDLE Renard he Fox author Patricia Terry – cafe1919.org

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Ly he ranslator s The Olympic Promise. Based on the Story by Lynda Edwards techniue of keepinghe aa bb cc rhyming pattern in Agony And Epitaph; Man, His Art, And His Poetry the English version make many parts ofhe work lose Thomas Gets Tricked and Other Stories their Medieval feel and sound like modern doggerel I d give it a 4 for content and a 2 for presentation Renardhe Fox is immediately striking for both its importance and its relevance o he modern world The narrative provides a window into what midieval Frenchmen found humorous Terry s book has insightful commentary and a comprehensive The Reason I Jump translation. Anslation will be welcomed for courses in medieval literature and history gender studies and humanities and will be areat for he general reader as well.

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