Pathelin, Farce de maistre Pierre

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The most celebrated of the medieval French farces, dating from before 1470, of uncertain authorship, and written in octosyllabic couplets. Its central figure is the duplicitous lawyer Pathelin, who is himself finally fooled by the shepherd Aignelet.


Subjects: Literature.

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