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Histoire medievale. The objective of this paper is to shed some light on the nature of the relationship that existed between what might loosely be termed the culture of the court and the culture of the cities in the second half of the fifteenth century. More specifically, it will consider firstly the role played by the Burgundian courtier and chronicler Olivier de la Marche in the literary culture of the cities, particularly Brussels, and secondly the interest with which some of la Marche 's own literature, and indeed the literature of the court generally, was received within urban society.
Olivier de la Marche was born in the Duchy of Burgundy in c. The most obvious characteristic that strikes the observer about la Marche, both in terms of his career and his literature, is that he was very much a man of the court, as a brief summary of his career there reveals 2. Having first entered the hierarchy of the court as a page in , la Marche, the descendant of a Burgundian noble family which could boast a distinguished history of service to the Valois duke s 3 , rose steadily through its ranks.
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