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he barefot, dreme he shod" (line 98). 3 nomore. So MS and Utley; RHR and Person nevere. 4 In principio. John 1:1. The friars' pompous phrase, which they used as something like an incantation before entering homes, is turned against

27879 (The Percy Folio). Pp. 38-46. Editions (arranged chronologically) Madden, Frederic. 1839. See Bibliography of Editions and Works Cited. Hales, John W., and Frederick J. Furnivall. 1868. See Bibliography of Editions and Works Cited. Williams, Jeanne Myrle Wilson. "A Critical

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

Khan; as an exemplum for rulers, he tells the story of the Great Khan (derived from the popular Travels of John Mandeville). This section harmonizes with the beekeeper episode, since Genghis as a ruler governs on the principle that might

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

Gregory, regarding the fate of the just who died before the Incarnation. 6 Of mankind hafd sa gret pité. Cp. John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, as to give his only begotten Son: that whosoever believeth in him

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

30. 11 Marotti, Manuscript, Print, and the English Renaissance, p. 218. 12 Lerer, "Medieval English Literature," p. 1255. 13 Yeager, John Gower's Poetic, p. 46. 14 See Foucault, "What Is an Author?" 15 McGann, Critique of Modern Textual Criticism, p.

C. and Fawtier, R. "From Merlin to Shakespeare: Adventures of an English Prophecy." Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 5 (1919), 388-92. [Prints John Rylands Library, Manchester Latin MS 210 (R. 39882), a longer version of a Merlin prophecy, and

Century. London: Hambledon, 1981. P. 193. [Prints the text of London, British Library MS Royal 17.B.47 in discussion of Sir John Fastolf’s participation in the risky English land market of the fifteenth century]. Robbins, Rossell Hope, ed. Secular Lyrics of

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

the Sun poem Go To The Lovers' Mass John Lydgate, The Floure of Curtesye, Notes JOHN LYDGATE, THE FLOURE OF CURTESYE: FOOTNOTE 1 Wrongly conveying [an impression] that should damage his name JOHN LYDGATE, THE FLOURE OF CURTESYE: NOTES 2

and capitalization added. Select Bibliography Manuscript British Library Additional MS 27879 (The Percy Folio). Pp. 46-52. Editions (arranged chronologically) Hales, John W., and Frederick J. Furnivall. 1868. See Bibliography of Editions and Works Cited. Child, Francis James. 1884. See Bibliography

itself. §19 My Fader above, beholdying thy mekenesse. Possibly by John Lydgate. Index no. 2238. MS: BL Harley 2251, fol. 78a (between 1464 and 1483). Edition: Henry Noble MacCracken, John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, p. 235. On the MS, see

or paid for Go To The Life of Saint Katherine, Book 1 Capgrave, The Life of Saint Katherine: Prologue Notes JOHN CAPGRAVE, THE LIFE OF SAINT KATHERINE, PROLOGUE: FOOTNOTES 1 Lines 5-8: They look to you with all their heart;

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