La historia de Tristán e Isolda, versión de Joseph Bédier

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hay otra posible lectura para el tema del brebaje, muy simple. en algunas versiones, el brebaje no existe (o lo toman siendo conscientes de ello), por lo que plantea problemas respecto a la heroicidad de los héroes, al no ser entonces epítomes de virtud. muy buen programa, como siempre!

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