Thomas Bulfinch > The Age of Fable > Vol. IV: Legends of Charlemagne
Charlemagne
Charlemagne
Whether we regard [Charlemagne] as a warrior or as a legislator, as a patron of learning or as the civilizer of a barbarous nation, he is entitled to our warmest admiration.—Introduction
Thomas
Bulfinch


The Age of Fable
Legends of Charlemagne
 
Thomas Bulfinch
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
NEW EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED
VOLUME IV


NEW YORK: REVIEW OF REVIEWS, 1913.
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000



  1. Introduction
  2. The Peers, or Paladins
  3. The Tournament
  4. The Siege of Albracca
  5. Adventures of Rinaldo and Orlando
  6. The Invasion of France
  7. The Invasion of France (Continued)
  8. Bradamante and Rogero
  9. Astolpho and the Enchantress
  10. The Orc
  11. Astolpho’s Adventures continued, and Isabella’s begun
  12. Medoro
  13. Orlando Mad
  14. Zerbino and Isabella
  15. Astolpho in Abyssinia
  16. The War in Africa
  17. Rogero and Bradamante
  18. The Battle of Roncesvalles
  19. Rinaldo and Bayard
  20. Death of Rinaldo
  21. Huon of Bordeaux
  22. Huon of Bordeaux (Continued)
  23. Huon of Bordeaux (Continued)
  24. Ogier, the Dane
  25. Ogier, the Dane (Continued)
  26. Ogier, the Dane (Continued)
 
 
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