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Orpheus in the Middle Ages (Medieval Studies (Syracuse, N.Y.).)

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John B. Friedman takes the reader through the journey of a myth -- where Orpheus becomes an Orpheus-Christus, a courtly knight and the writer of love lyrics.
Paperback, 267 pages
Published May 28th 2000 by Syracuse University Press (first published April 22nd 1971)
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Thom Dunn
More accurately, A Complete History of Orpheus from his mythic origins to his appearance in Medieval Romances. Harvard U. Press, 1970.
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