Poems of Aimeric de Peguilhan is the first critical, annotated translation in English of the collected work of poet Aimeric de Peguilhan. In it, William P. Shepard and Frank M. Chambers provide translations and introductory material to the work of the medieval French troubadour.
About the Author
AIMERIC DE PEGUILHAN (approximately 1170 to 1230) was a French troubadour received at courts in in southern France, Spain, and northern Italy. WILLIAM PIERCE SHEPARD (1870-1948) was a professor of Romance languages at Hamilton College, where he taught Ezra Pound. FRANK MCMINN CHAMBERS (1910-1999) received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1935 and was a professor of French at Northwestern University and the University of Arizona.