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Influence of the Mediæval Christian Visions on Jean de Meun's Notions of Hell
We have many guarantees of the popularity of Christian vision literature in the Middle Ages. It was a product of the Church, without doubt the best medium of publicity in that period. Visions are incorporated in the works of the most popular church writers, such, for example, as the Dialogues of Gregory the Great, and the Venerable Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum. Certain ones, appearing independently, have come down to us in many Latin manuscripts widely distributed as to placedoi:10.7916/d8f76bs6 fatcat:djk4dncldvh6dix34g2hvwwg2u