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The Garden of Crossing Paths: The Manipulation and Rewriting of Medieval Texts

  title={The Garden of Crossing Paths: The Manipulation and Rewriting of Medieval Texts},
  author={M. Buzzoni and Massimiliano Bampi},
This volume collects a selection of papers originally presented at the International Conference The Garden of Crossing Paths: The Manipulation and Rewriting of Medieval Texts, held at the University of Venice, 28-30 October 2004. First edition 2005; revised edition 2007. 
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