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give to God. (see note) (see note) (see note) Go To Orate pro anima (Armigeri scutum) John Gower: The Minor Latin Works, Notes JOHN GOWER: THE MINOR LATIN WORKS: NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: CA: Gower, Confessio Amantis; CB: Gower, Cinkante Ballades; Cronica:

London: J. Johnson, 1809. Major, John. A History of Greater Britain As Well England and Scotland. Trans. and ed. Archibald Constable. Scottish History Society. Vol. 10. Edinburgh: University Press, 1892. Commentary and Criticism Bellamy, John C. Robin Hood: An Historical

(1998) Edited by John Conlee Introduction Select Bibliography The Birth of Merlin Vortiger's Tower Vortiger's Demise; The Battle of Salisbury; and The Death of Pendragon Uther and Ygerne Arthur and the Sword in the Stone The Baron's Revolt The Grand

John Gower, The French Balades: Introduction Return to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition selonc les auctours pour essampler les amantz marietz, Introduction Go To Traiti selonc les auctours pour essampler les amantz marietz Go To

leads back to Christ. (see note) (see note) (see note) (see note) Go To Dicunt scripture John Gower: The Minor Latin Works, Notes JOHN GOWER, THE MINOR LATIN WORKS: NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: CA: Gower, Confessio Amantis; CB: Gower, Cinkante Ballades; Cronica:

ANGELUSThou, John, take tente what I schall saye. I brynge thee tythandis wondir gode: My Lorde Jesus schall come thys day Fro Galylee unto this flode Ye Jourdane call, Baptyme to take myldely with mode This day he schall. John,

[tu]; Norton-Smith (John Lydgate: Poems, p. 8) emends to hir [vertu]. 70 Represse the derknesse. Norton-Smith (John Lydgate: Poems, p. 8) omits the. 73 hert. Norton-Smith (John Lydgate: Poems, p. 9) emends to herte. 87 And foolis. Norton-Smith (John Lydgate:

this play. In the opening scene and elsewhere through the play, John Skelton, who will play Tuck, debates with Sir John Eltham, a typical new-age diplomat who plays Little John, concerning the nature of the play. Eltham remarks (lines 2210-13)

Sodein Fal of Princes in Oure Dayes JOHN LYDGATE, OF THE SODEIN FAL OF PRINCES IN OURE DAYES: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: BL: British Library; FP: Lydgate, Fall of Princes;MP: Minor Poems of John Lydgate, ed. MacCracken; PPC: Proceedings and Ordinances

wearily." Then Little John to fair Kirkly is gone, As fast as he can dree; But when he came to Kirkly-hall, He broke locks two or three. "What cheere my master?" said Little John; "In faith, John, little goode. My

Henry. “Lydgate’s ‘A Ram’s Horn.’” Chaucer Review 10 (1975), 255–59. [Prints the text of Ashmole 61.] Lydgate, John. The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. 2:461–64. [Prints the more common version, based on the text of San Marino, CA, Huntington Library

this is Scarlett and John; It is three to three, ye may plainelie see, Soe now, brave fellowes, laye on." The first peddlars blowe brake Robins bowe That he had in his hand; And Scarlett and John, they eche had

repentance." The preist replyed that he wold be at her dwelling the nixt day, and speak to John; and acordingly cam, and asked John how he cam to be so unkind to his wife; who replyed that, "Non could be

N N N N N N N N N N [Robin] Robin Lit. John Robin Lit. John Robin Messenger Lit. John Will Lit. John Will Lit. John Robin Messenger Robin 3 Voc. Whence springs this general joy? What means this

When these two cousins did greet! And they went all that summers day, And Little John did meet. But when they met with Little John, He thereunto did say, "O master, where have you been, You have tarried so long

Charlemagne suffers Rauf Coilyear’s rude cheer with bemused detachment, and in John the Reeve the king and his two noble companions whisper in Latin to each other before John up­braids them for their bad manners. But in King Edward and

Let us love each other. (see note) (see note) (see note) Go To Cultor in ecclesia John Gower: The Minor Latin Works, Notes JOHN GOWER, THE MINOR LATIN WORKS: NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: CA: Gower, Confessio Amantis; CB: Gower, Cinkante Ballades; Cronica:

Library MS Harley 2255, fols. 24r-32v. Previous editions Lydgate. The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. Ed. MacCracken Pp. 193-206. Go To John Lydgate, Saint Austin at Compton JOHN LYDGATE, SAINT AUSTIN AT COMPTON, INTRODUCTION: FOOTNOTES 1 The title The Legend

use of the elements of Orphic tradition has been evaluated by John Block Friedman who demonstrates how the poet weaves elements of romance and didactic traditions into the tale. John MacQueen has suggested that the structure of the poem directly

after Trinity HOMILY 59, TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY: FOOTNOTES 1 Twenty-fourth Sunday [after Trinity] according to John. In that time 2 Latin rubric (John 6:5-15): When Jesus therefore had lifted up his eyes, and seen that a very great multitude

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