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Occitan literature (referred to in older texts as Provençal literature) is a body of texts written in Occitan, mostly in the south of France. It was the first literature in a Romance language and inspired the rise of vernacular literature throughout medieval Europe. Occitan literature's Golden Age was in the 12th century, when a rich and complex body of lyrical poetry was produced by troubadours writing in Old Occitan; however, it does survive to these days. Although Catalan is considered by some a variety of Occitan, this article will not deal with Catalan literature, which started diverging from its Southern French counterpart in the late 13th century.

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  • Occitan literature
  • Literatura occitana
  • Littérature occitane
  • Letteratura occitanica
  • Poezja prowansalska
  • Провансальская литература
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  • Occitan literature (referred to in older texts as Provençal literature) is a body of texts written in Occitan, mostly in the south of France. It was the first literature in a Romance language and inspired the rise of vernacular literature throughout medieval Europe. Occitan literature's Golden Age was in the 12th century, when a rich and complex body of lyrical poetry was produced by troubadours writing in Old Occitan; however, it does survive to these days. Although Catalan is considered by some a variety of Occitan, this article will not deal with Catalan literature, which started diverging from its Southern French counterpart in the late 13th century.
  • Провансальская литература — литература на провансальском языке, развивавшаяся в Провансе.
  • Poezja prowansalska – dworska poezja, która narodziła się w średniowiecznej Prowansji i związana była z działalnością trubadurów. Okres największego rozwoju przeżywała właśnie w Prowansji w latach 1090-1290. Były to przede wszystkim poezja miłosna.
  • La literatura occitana o provenzal es el conjunto de obras escritas en occitano. Se originó en la poesía del siglo XI y XII y, con el desarrollo y la difusión de las composociones de los trovadores, inspiró el ascenso de la literatura en lengua vulgar en la Europa medieval. A pesar de la disminución del uso oficial de este idioma a partir del Renacimiento, nunca se interrumpió su uso literario a tal punto que conoció un primer renacimiento calificado de "Siglo de oro" por Pierre Bec y que Felip Gardy habla de "Barrocos occitanos" al referirse a los autores abarcados entre los siglos XVI y XVIII. Si bien hasta el principio del siglo XIX se siguió editanto obras literarias en occitano (a consecuencia de que este idioma era el idioma materno de la gente oriunda del tercio sur de Francia así c
  • La littérature occitane rassemble l'ensemble du corpus littéraire composé en langue d'oc. Chronologiquement ce corpus s'étend sur plus de mille ans depuis le Moyen Âge jusqu'à l'époque contemporaine et rassemble géographiquement des écrivains originaires de plusieurs pays de langue d'oc (tels que le Limousin, l'Auvergne, la Guyenne, la Gascogne, le Languedoc, le Rouergue, le Béarn, la Provence, le Vivarais, Nice, les Vallées Occitanes d'Italie) mais également (et ce depuis le Moyen Âge) des écrivains d'outre-mer ou issus d'une diaspora occitane ; de plus, certains écrivains totalement étrangers de naissance à la langue d'oc l'ont adoptée par la suite.
  • La letteratura occitanica — talvolta ancora chiamata letteratura provenzale — si sviluppò nel sud della Francia con una produzione di liriche prevalentemente amorose in lingua d'oc e si svolse parallelamente alla produzione letteraria in lingua d'oïl che diede l'avvio alla letteratura francese. Essa nacque nelle ricche e raffinate corti feudali, in un ambiente di costumi detti per questo cortesi e canta soprattutto l'amore secondo quel modello che verrà teorizzato nel trattato De amore, scritto in prosa latina da Andrea Cappellano nella corte di Champagne verso il 1184.
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