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note) Go To A Procession of Corpus Christi Lydgate, Pageant of Knowledge JOHN LYDGATE, PAGEANT OF KNOWLEDGE: FOOTNOTE 1 The sixth is about Happiness and Good Will JOHN LYDGATE, PAGEANT OF KNOWLEDGE: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: BD: Chaucer, Book of the

(see note) (see note) (see note) (see note) (see note) (see note) Go To Quia unusquisque John Gower: The Minor Latin Works, Notes JOHN GOWER, THE MINOR LATIN WORKS: NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: CA: Gower, Confessio Amantis; CB: Gower, Cinkante Ballades; Cronica:

usum insignis ecclesiae Eboracensis. References to the Ordo paginarum are to REED: York, 1:16–27. The pageants are based on readings (John 8:3–11 and 11:1–44) for Lent1 and in fact began as separate plays. In the Ordo paginarum of 1415, the

enter rooms when “the doors were shut” (John 20:19). The play is written in six-line stanzas throughout. 5–12 The disciples’ fear of the Jews, here blamed for executing Jesus, is based on John 20:19. 29 Itt was vanyté in oure

swim. I prays John Badding als one of the best; faire come he sayland out of the suthwest. To prove of tha Normandes was he ful prest; till he had foghten his fill he had never rest. John of Aile

Idea of Civic Triumph." 69 John M. Bowers, "Pearl in Its Royal Setting: Ricardian Poetry Revisited," especially pp. 144-45, and, on Richard's uses for the John the Baptist figure, pp. 122-36. Maria Wickert, Studien zu John Gower, p. 172, connects

among Other Articles, an Account of the Contents of the Maitland and Bannatyne Mss. Ed. John Pinkerton. 2 vols. London: C. Dilley, 1786. Asloan, John. The Asloan Manuscript: A Miscellany in Prose and Verse. Ed. W. A. Craigie. 2 vols.

scheo was callyd Mary Magdaleyne, for scheo was lady therof. Than, as many bokys tellyth, whan John Evangeliste schulde have weddyd hyr, Criste hadde John sewond Hym, and lyvon in maydenhed; and so he dud. Herfore Mary was wroth and

Cambridge University Press, 1976. Speirs, John. "Wynnere and Wastoure and The Parlement of the Thre Ages." Scrutiny 17 (1950), 241-49. Rpt. in Medieval English Poetry: The Non-Chaucerian Tradition. London: Faber and Faber, 1957. Steadman, John M., Jr. "The Authorship of

I of Vox Clamantis. Go To John Gower, The Minor Latin Works: 1. De lucis scrutino JOHN GOWER, THE MINOR LATIN WORKS, INTRODUCTION: FOOTNOTES 1 Rigg, History of Anglo-Latin Literature, p. 287. 2 Fisher, John Gower, p. 99. 3 "The

VI’s Triumphal Entry into London Lydgate, Disguising at London JOHN LYDGATE, DISGUISING AT LONDON: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: BD: Chaucer, Book of the Duchess; CT: Chaucer, Canterbury Tales; MP: Minor Poems of John Lydgate, ed. MacCracken; TB: Lydgate, Troy Book. Shirley

[c.1525–30]. Douce Fragment, Bodleian Library (STC 10604). The Somonyng of Everyman. London: John Skot, [c.1525–30]. British Library, Huth 32 (STC 10605). [Base Text.] The Somonynge of Everyman. London: John Skot, [c.1530–35]. Huntington Library, formerly at Britwell Court (STC 10606). Everyman

comforte is kende. Allas, why schulde we twynne thus in twoo Forevere? JESUSWomanne, instede of me, Loo, John thi sone schall bee. John, see to thi modir free, For my sake do thou thi devere. MARIAAllas, Sone, sorowe and sighte

including a younger son named John. 2 If we believe the poet's claim of "right consanguinity," that is, legitimate and direct descent from Sir Alexander Metham, then this younger son of Thomas and the poet John Metham are perhaps one

the most serene prince of God, King Henry IV, his humble orator John Gower composed. And now follows an epistle, in which with the highest devotion the same John entreats for the health and well-being of his said lord.") On

III’s papacy, and its injunctions were promulgated in England by Archbishop John Pecham’s Lambeth Constitutions of 1281 (in Latin) and later by Archbishop (of York) John Thoresby, who charged John Gaytryge to translate his instructions for the people into what

note) By its Go To The Ploughman's Tale, introduction Go To The Ploughman's Tale, text John Lydgate's Prologue to the Siege of Thebes, Notes JOHN LYDGATE'S PROLOGUE TO THE SIEGE OF THEBES: NOTES 1-17 The opening is an elaborate imitation

TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition JESUSPetir, myne awne discipill dere, And James and John, my cosyns two, Takis hartely hede, for ye schall here That I wille telle unto no moo; And als ye schall see sightis seere

note) (see notes) (see note) (see note) (see note) Go To H. quile pullusJohn Gower: The Minor Latin Works, Notes JOHN GOWER, THE MINOR LATIN WORKS: NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: CA: Gower, Confessio Amantis; CB: Gower, Cinkante Ballades; Cronica: Gower, Cronica Tripertita;

the styke. [They shoot at the target, and Robin wins.] Late us caste the stone. I graunte well, be Seynt John. [They throw stones.] Late us caste the exaltre. [They toss the wooden axle.] Have a foote before the. [They

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