The British poets, including translations, Band 2


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Seite 161 - But he was slayn anoon of Achilles. But thilke tale is al to long to telle, And eek it is ny day, I may nat dwelle.
Seite 158 - And eek the hostiler so sore engyned, That thay biknewe hir wikkednesse anoon, And were an-hanged by the nekke-boon. Here may men seen that dremes been to drede.
Seite 291 - Al that is writen is writen for oure doctrine...
Seite 291 - ... of God./ This blisful regne may men purchace by poverte espiritueel, and the glorie by lowenesse, the plentee of joye by hunger and thurst, and the reste by travaille, and the lyf by deeth and mortificacion of synne./ 1080 Heere taketh the makere of this book his leve.
Seite 154 - fy on yow, hertelees! Allas!" quod she, "for by that God above, Now han ye lost myn herte and al my love.
Seite 172 - Bare of thy body (and dweltest maiden pure) The creatour of every creature. Assembled is in thee magnificence With mercy, goodnesse, and with...
Seite 162 - And with that word he fley doun fro the beem, For it was day, and eek his hennes alle; And with a chuk he gan hem for to calle, For he had founde a corn, lay in the yerd.
Seite 160 - Lo, in the lyf of seint Kenelm, I rede, That was Kenulphus sone, the noble king Of mercenrike...
Seite 161 - For, also siker as In principio, M-ulier est hominis confusio; Madame, the sentence of this Latin is — Womman is mannes joye and al his blis.
Seite 53 - Christ, as ye in bookes finde, Will that his glory last and be in minde, And for the worship of his mother dere Yet may I sing O Alma loud and clere.

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