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on 12/11/00 00:24, donna willis at reggie2@wkbwmail.com wrote:

> Francine,
> Do you have any idea whether this book has ever been translated into English?
> I am very interested in trying obtain a copy of this book if it is in English.
> I am not only a St. Clair, but also decended from the Plantagenet's.
> Thank You,
> Donna St. Clair Willis
> On Sat, 11 Nov 2000 10:39:34 -0500 Francine Bernier <f_bernier@videotron.ca>
> wrote:
>> Greetings to all,
>> As winter and cold nights approach, I may have some suggestions of books to
>> read.... the very first French novel ever written: « Le chevalier de la
>> charette ou le roman de Lancelot » by Chrétien de Troyes (ISBN
>> 2-253-05401-1) republished  in  Livre de poche, Lettres Gothiques,  1992),
>> and originally written between 1177 and 1179...

With he ISBN number it shoudl'nt be hard to find if it does exist in
English. Actually I am convinced there must be an English adaptation.
Chrétien de Troyes is apparently well know in the literary world. Maybe
Labehottière would know? I'll look around and let you know. Francine

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