Definition of Trouveurs
1. trouveur [n] - See also: trouveur
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Literary usage of Trouveurs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Fiction: Being a Critical Account of the Most Celebrated by John Colin Dunlop (1816)
"There are many imitations of the tales of the trouveurs in the CENTO NOVELLE ANTICHE, commonly called in Italy II Novellino, the first regular work of the ..."
2. The History of Normandy and of England by Francis Palgrave (1864)
"... and grounded upon them, are those bequeathed to us by the trouveurs, Master Wace, and Benoit de Saint More ; the metrical form which their productions ..."
3. The Literary History of the Middle Ages: Comprehending an Account of the by Joseph Berington (1846)
"... language—trouveurs and troubadours—The state of other countries—Italy—Conduct of the Roman bishops—Universities—Other crusades—And other monastic ..."
4. The History of Normandy and of England by Francis Palgrave (1864)
"Important adjuncts to these memorials, and grounded upon them, are those bequeathed to us by the trouveurs, Master Wace, and Benoit de Saint More ..."
5. The History of England from the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth by Sharon Turner (1830)
"... and the Provencals.42 The obligations which we are under to these Norman trouveurs for their style, and therefore the beneficial improvements which they ..."
6. Science and Literature in the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance by P. L. Jacob (1878)
"The fabliau (metrical tale) is the best, but at the same time the most immoral, of the productions of the trouveurs and jugglers who wrote in the Tongue of ..."