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Title: I Cent noms de Déu di Ramon Llull. Il Corano e l'epica romanza
Author: Sari, Simone
Keywords: Litúrgia
Literatura èpica
Cançons de gesta
Epic literature
Chansons de geste
Issue Date: 7-Jul-2020
Abstract: Ramon Llull's Hundred Names of God has been interpreted, due to its prologue, almost exclusively as an apologetic work against Islam. In this paper, we will demonstrate that this Islamic suggestion has to be considered only as a partial source of this poem, which is aimed mainly to a Christian public and is founded in religious traditions deep-rooted in Europe.
It is part of: Carte Romanze, 2020, vol. 8, num. 1, p. 173-197
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ISSN: 2282-7447
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