Amadis of gaul

a Spanish romance of the second half of the 15th century by García de Montalvo, possibly based on Portuguese and French material of the late medieval period.


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    a knight-errant, model of the chivalric hero. Historical Examples At long last Amadis came to Miraflores and met with Oriana, and great was the love between them. Legends & Romances of Spain Lewis Spence Amadis suffers plentifully; yet Oriana can hardly be called “cruel.” A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 George Saintsbury Amadis […]

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  • Amadoda

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