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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: of their beginnings. We may add to these facts the further remark that all the Arabian poetry was in rhyme from time immemorial, not merely stray sections of it, and those sections at specially favoured periods; while the channels through which its influence flowed into Europe are not wrapped in the darkness of theory or diminished to attenuated threads, but broad, voluminous, and apparent, and, as we said before, the most easy to dilate upon and to account for. The "langue D'Oc" And The "langue D'OlL."—The language of Provence, which, from whatever quarter it received, gave earliest utterance to this delight of modern literature, may best be characterized and comprehended by having reference to the original classification of Dante's,1 as ingenious as it is lasting, which divides the Romance languages into three groups, distinguished from one another by the difference of the word expressing "yes." In one set of dialects and one large language " yes" was Oc, in another it was O'il, and in another it was Si. The three languages were accordingly described as the langue d'Oc, the langue d'O'il, and the lingua di S1. The langue d'Oc was the Provencal, the langue d'O'il Northern French, and the lingua di SI the Italian. Geographical Extent Of The "langue D'Oc" And The Term "provencal."—The langue d'Oc, independently of geographical limits, although described generally as Proven9al, was practically the language of the whole of 1 De Vulgari Eloquio, i. 8: " Nam alii Oc, alii O1l, alii S1, affir- mando loquuntur." the south of France; and the area of its prevalence might very clearly be indicated by drawing a line from the mouth of the Garonne to the Alps, which would include within its limits the provinces of Guienne, Gascony, B6arn, Foix, Roussillon, Languedoc, Dauphiny, Auve...
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