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" That highte Dant speken in this sentence. Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale: 'Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God of his goodnesse Wole that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse.' 1130 For of oure eldres may we no thyng... "
The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer - Sayfa 169
Geoffrey Chaucer tarafından - 1907 - 771 sayfa
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The poetical works of Geoffrey Chaucer. To which are appended poems ..., 1. cilt

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1880
...Florence, 11,167 That highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale,8 — Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse...goodnesse Wole that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse ; For of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme, But temporel thyng that man may hurte and mayme.' " Eek...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: To which are Appended Poems ..., 1. cilt

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1879
...highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale,8 — Ful selde'up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for...goodnesse Wole that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse f For of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme, But temporel thyng that man may hurte and mayme.' " Eek...
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Readings on the Purgatorio of Dante: Chiefly Based on the ..., 1. cilt

William Warren Vernon - 1889
...can the wise poet of Florence, That highte Dant, speken of this sentence : Lo in swich manner rime is Dantes tale. Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God of his goodnesse Wol that we claime of him our gentilesse : For of our elders may we nothing claime But temporel thing,...
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, 2. cilt

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1894
...and open. 1108. unto, H2 to. . 1 120. parage, dignity. That highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale, — ' Ful selde...planted natureelly, Unto a certeyn lynage doun the lyne, 1135 Pryvee nor apert, thanne wolde they nevere fyne To doon of gentillesse the faire office ; They...
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, 2. cilt

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1894
...turn. and open. 1108. unto, H3 to, 11ao. parage, dignity. That highte Dant, speken in this sentence,— Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale, — ' Ful selde...clayme, But temporel thyng that man may hurte and may me.' " Eek every wight woot this as wel as I, If gentillesse were planted natureelly, Unto a certeyn...
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, 2. cilt

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1894
...highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner ryrri'is Dantes tale, — ' Ful seldeup riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for...thyng that man may hurte and mayme.' " Eek every wight wool this as wel as I, If gentillesse were planted natureelly, Unto a certeyn lynage doun the lyne,...
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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, 2. cilt

Dante Alighieri - 1895
...can the wise poet of Florence, That highte Dant, speken of this sentence : Lo, in swiche maner rin1e is Dantes tale. Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God of his goodnease Wol that we claime of him our gentillesse : For of our elders may we nothing claime But temporel...
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Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Ellesmere Text)

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1896 - 277 sayfa
...swich degree. " Wei kan the wise poete of Florence, 1125 That highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale, — ' Ful selde...1130 For of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme, But temporal thyng that man may hurte and mayme.' " Eek every wight woot this as wel as I, If gentillesse...
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Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Ellesmere Text)

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1896 - 277 sayfa
...that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse ; 1130 For of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme, But temporal thyng that man may hurte and mayme.' " Eek every wight...planted natureelly, Unto a certeyn lynage doun the lyne, 1135 Pryvee nor apert, thanne wolde they nevere fyne To doon of gentillesse the faire office ; They...
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Geoffrey Chaucer - 1899 - 771 sayfa
...swich degree. ' Wel kan the wise poete of Florence, That highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale, — ' Ful selde...thyng that man may hurte and mayme.' ' Eek every wight wool this as wel as I, If gentillesse were planted natureelly, Unto a certeyn lynage doun the lyne,...
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