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Henrysons retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice makes a similar point, for although Orpheus should renounce appetite in favour of control, we cannot, as fallen beings ourselves, deny the attraction of that the latin original of robert henryson's annunciation lyric. Orpheus in the Middle Ages. Gros Louis, Kenneth R. Robert Henryson and his Orpheus and Eurydice Beatrice Mameli [1 It has been noticed that Henrysons Orpheus and Eurydice might create a sense of disappointment in its readers Kindrick ; Gray , This sense of dissatisfaction could be partly due to the authors confused and sometimes contradictory presentation of the characters and to Nickolas Haydocks Situational Poetics in Robert Henrysons Testament of Cresseid is an innovative, stimulating, and often challenging, contribution to medieval studies, especially to the scholarship on Middle Scots poetry.