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A Summary of Aucassin and Nicolete by and Unknown Author Aucassin and Nicolete by an unknown author is one of the best French fables written It was very interesting because it was written in an alternating prose lyrical manner The story was based around two young teenagers Aucassin and Nicolete Aucassin was the son of Count Garin de Biaucaire whom was very involved with the war Whereas Nicolete was of a lower class so the two of them were forbidden to see each other During this time Biaucaire was involved in war and Aucassin refused to fight because he wanted to be with Nicolete This made his father angry he told him that he should just get over it because they were never going to be together Aucassin filled with faith contested that she was definitely worthy of being his wife and that her beauty was radiant Then finally the Count realized that he would not be able to take Aucassins mind off of Nicolete so he went to the Captain Nicoletes God Father and asked him for help The Captain agreed and decided to lock her in a chamber with an old woman and seal the door Nicolete did talk of fleeing but did not do much about it Meanwhile rumors did spread of what happened to Nicolete but Aucassin wanted to know the truth so he went to the Captain The Captain told him that he could not just ignore their relationship because the Count would kill her so he had to do what he had to do This did not help Aucassin much but the Captain did request that he not speak to Nicolete because if he did then the Count would kill her and him Aucassin left saddened Unfortunately the Count was again at war and he called on Aucassin to help but again Aucassin refused After much debate Aucassin finally folded and thought of
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