Narratives of Experience II
This chapter examines the narrative written by Jacques de Valimbert in 1584 about his own pilgrimage to Jerusalem. The narrative opens with fourteen lines of Latin followed by his French account of the pilgrimage in the first person singular. His mania for documentation indicates his attachment to a number of communities but official documents offer very limited information about him. This narrative is compared with those of Jehan de Cuchermoys written in 1490.
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