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When the narrator shortly arrives at a rather Dantean gate (127), we begin to understand that the poem follows not one text, but many; soon enough, the plot of the dream passes through Dante and on to a garden out of Boccaccio, "ful of blosmy bowes" (183).
2004 "'A gardyn saw I ful of blosmy bowes ...': The commanding love in La Dame a la licorne of the Musee de Cluny", in: Ewa Borkowska (ed.), 44-59.