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Les Mille et Une Nuits
L'Âne, le Bœuf et le Laboureur, myth
Le Marchand et le Génie
Histoire du most popular Vieillard et de h Biche
Cinquième Nuit... et suivantes
Histoire du moment Vieillard et des deux Chiens Noirs
Histoire du Pêcheur
Histoire du Roi grec et du Médecin Douban
Histoire du Mari et du Perroquet
Histoire du Vizir puni
Histoire du jeune Roi des îles Noires
Histoire des trois Calenders fils de Roi, et de cinq Dames de Bagdad
Histoire du most advantageous Calender fik de Roi
Histoire du moment Calender. fils de Roi
Histoire de l'Envieux et de l'Envié
Histoire du troisième Calender. fils de Roi
Histoire de Zobéide
Histoire de Smdbad kidarin
Premier voyage de Sjndbad fc Marjn
Second vovage de Sindbad le Marin
Troisième voyage de Smdbad le Marin
Quatrième voyage de Sindbad le Marin
Cinquième voyage de Sindbad le Marin
Sixième voyage de Sindbad le Marin
Septième et dernier voyage de Sindbad le Marin
Les trois Pommes
Histoire de l. a. Dame massacrée et du Jeune Homme son mari
Histoire de Noureddin AH et de Bedreddin Hassan
Histoire du Petit Bossu
Histoire que raconta le Marchand Chrétien
Histoire racontée par le Pourvoyeur du Sultan de Casgar
Histoire racontée par le Médecin Juif
Histoire que raconta le Tailleur
Histoire du Barbier
Histoire du most well known Frère du Barhier
Histoire du moment Frère du Barbier
Histoire du troisième Frère du Barbier
Histoire du quatrième Frère du Barbier
Histoire du cinquième Frère du Barbier
Histoire du sixième Frère du Barbier
Histoire d'Aboulhassan Ah" Ebn Becar et de Schemselnihar. favourite du calife Haroun-al-Raschid
Histoire des amours de Camaralzaman. prince de rae des Enfants de Khaledan. et de Badoure. princesse de los angeles Chine
Histoire de Noureddin et de los angeles belle Persane
Histoire de Beder. prince de Perse, et de Giauhare. princesse de royaume de Samandal
Histoire de fianem fik d'Ahoii Aihnn. l'esclave d'amour
Histoire du prince Zeyn Ahsnam *l rin roi des dénies
Histoire de Codadad et de ses frères
Histoire de l. a. princesse de Dervabar
Histoire du dormeur éveillé
Histoire d'Afaridm mi h Lampe merveilleuse
Les aventures du calife Haroun-al-Raschid
Histoire de l'awngb Raha-AMalb
Histoire de SkliNouman
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545. There is a detailed treatment of the Dominican curriculum in Mulchahey 1998; cf. Gnädinger 1993, pp. 18–22, in connection with the German mystic Johannes Tauler. 53 On the Brussels clerici parisienses, see Lefèvre 1939, p. 63 and Lefèvre 1942, p. 103. Cf. in general Axters 1950–60, vol. II, pp. 23–41, and with regard to Ruusbroec pp. 261–77. See Warnar 2000a, pp. 696–97, concerning mendicant convents as intellectual centres. brussels 43 based on the rules of the medieval artes praedicandi.
The songs, however, were not Ruusbroec’s deÀnitive mode of expression for his mystical wisdom. The adventure of experiencing God, which he had applauded in the songs as a source of perfect joy, was discussed in the Espousals with a well-developed feeling for the composition of scholastic texts and a thorough knowledge of profound theological ideas. Short outbursts of verse still feature in the Realm, but slowly the poet gave way to the thinker. En route to the Espousals Ruusbroec resolved to pour his mystical inspiration into the intellectual mould of the treatise.
Köhn 1986, pp. 282–84, on the high level of education, whereas only basic writing skills were needed to be a merchant’s clerk or secretary. brussels 27 Like most of the pupils at the Latin school, Ruusbroec followed a fouryear course of instruction, by the end of which the boys were steeped in the language of education and the Church. The world of learning lay open to them. Those harbouring scholarly ambitions still had a long way to go, following a path that led them through the faculties of the universities – a route that generally distanced them from literature written in the vernacular.
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