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Romance philology -- History -- Congresses. : Im memoriam Friedrich Diez : Akten des Kolloquiums zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Romanistik = Actes du Colloque sur l'histoire des études romanes = Proceedings of the Colloquium for the History of Romance Studies, Trier, 2.-4. Okt. 1975 / herausgegeben von Hans-Josef Niederehe und Harald Haarmann, unter Mitarbeit von Liliane Rouday.
Romance pictures (Motion pictures) -- See Romance films Here are entered works on films that feature the development of love between the main characters.
Eustache, le Moine, -1217 -- Romances. : Li romans de Witasse le Moine : roman du treizieme siecle / edite d'apres le manuscrit, fonds francais 1553, de la Bibliotheque nationale, Paris, par Denis Joseph Conlon.
Romances, French -- See Romances Here are entered collections of medieval metrical romances (general and French) and their prose versions. Collections in one language other than French are qualified by language, e.g. Romances, English. Works of fiction dealing with romantic love are entered under Romance fiction. --subdivision Romances under names of historic persons, etc.
Romances, Gothic (Literary genre) -- See Gothic fiction (Literary genre) Here are entered works on the genre of fiction that combines elements of both horror and romance, featuring psychological and physical terror, the supernatural, castles or monasteries, ghosts, darkness, gloom and doom, etc., usually in a medieval setting. Works on the literary movement that spawned this genre are entered under Gothic revival (Literature). Works on literature written in the Gothic language are entered under Gothic literature.
Grail -- Romances. : Joseph of Arimathie: otherwise called, The romance of the Seint Graal, or Holy Grail. An alliterative poem written about A.D. 1350, and now first printed from the unique copy in the Vernon MS. at Oxford. / Edited, with notes and glossarial indices by Walter W. Skeat.