Alfred Jeanroy

Alfred Jeanroy (5 July 1859 – 13 March 1953) was a French linguist.

Jeanroy was a leading scholar studying troubadour poetry, publishing over 600 works. He established an influential view of the second generation of troubadours divided into two camps: “idealists” (e.g. Jaufre Rudel, Ebles de Ventadorn) and “realists” (e.g. Marcabru). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Jeanroy, Alfred, 1859-1953
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by Jeanroy, Alfred, 1859-1953
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by Jeanroy, Alfred, 1859-1953
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Published 1924
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Published 1924
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Published 1965
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Published 1931
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