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Dream Vision (also called dream allegory) is a mode of narrative widely employed by medieval poets: the narrator falls asleep, usually in a spring landscape, and dreams the events he goes on to relate; often he is led by a guide, human or animal, and the events which he dreams are at least in part an allegory. A very influential medieval example is the thirteenth-century French poem Roman de la Rose; the greatest of medieval poems, Dante's Divin Comedy, is also a dream vision. In fourteenth-century England, it is the narrative mode of the fine elegy The Pearl, of Langland's Piers Plowman, and of
Chaucer's The Book of the Duchess and The House of Fame.
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دوشنبه 15 آذر 1395 :: نویسنده : آمنه حمیدی
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