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By Marvin L. Colker

3 medieval Latin texts of remarkable literary advantage: a full of life discussion in regards to the hypocrisy of sinful clergymen, which supplies priceless insights into the psychology of priests who've strayed from the monastic perfect; a sequence of letters which show inner politics on the monastery of St Albans and narrate the sufferings of a pupil persecuted by means of his jealous instructor; and a suite of almost always lifelike and infrequently racy tales which derive a lot in their language from Petronius—the assortment additionally includes severe descriptions of varied segments of medieval society.

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