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Grains of Gold, an anthology of Occitan literature, edited by James Thomas

Due for publication in Spring 2015

Please email Francis Boutle Publishers for more information about this book info@francisboutle.co.uk

ISBN 978 1903427 59 0

Occitan is a Romance language spoken mainly in southern France and also in Italy and Spain.This anthology, Grains of Gold,  is to be published as part of the Lesser Used Languages of Europe series and looks at Occitan literature from the earliest times to the present day

> Read a poem by Victor Gelu (1806-1885) from the anthology of Occitan literature, edited by James Thomas

>See details of the Lesser Used Languages of Europe series

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