Jean de meung

/French ʒɑ̃ də mœ̃/
real name Jean Clopinel. ?1250–?1305, French poet, who continued Guillaume de Lorris’ Roman de la Rose. His portion of the poem consists of some 18 000 lines and contains satirical attacks on women and the Church


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