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    Common ideas Medieval poetry Women's Roles, Romanticism

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    Sayre posits that the vocabulary associated with romantic love, as it is known today, came into being during the Medieval Period. The troubadour or trobairitz, accompanied by lyre or lute, would recite poems about the feelings associated with this type of love.

    Discuss the common characteristics of these poems. What are your reactions to these expressions romantic love? Does the content of the poetry surprise you in any way? What observations and connections can you make about the role of women of the court and their freedom of expression can be made after reading the work of ?

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    The content of this type of poetry in the Middle Ages does surprise me. This is because much of the poetry preserved during this time period was transcribed and recorded by the only educated people at the time (besides some Nobles), that being some men from different orders of the Roman Catholic Church. So given the time and the goals of the church, most poems that were written ...

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