Biography of Guillermo Alexis (s. XV)

French Benedictine, called the religious good, who lived at the end of the fifteenth century and beginning of the 16th. He/She made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem and fell, they say, to the Turks. His works have very original titles, such as: the pastime of every man and every woman; The great coat of arms of the false loves; Fifteen days of marriage; Dialogue of the crucifix and the Pilgrim; Hobbies of the prior of Bussy and his brother Franciscan; The mirror of the religious, etc.