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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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Chaucer Memorial Lectures, 1900

Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) - 1900 - 171 sayfa
...Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo in swich tnaner rym is Dantes tale, — ' Ful selde upriseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God of his goodnesse Wole that of hym we clayme our gentilesse ; For of our eldres may we nothing clayme, But temporel thyng that man may hurte and...
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The Divine Comedy, 10. cilt

Dante Alighieri - 1904
...wise poet of Florence, That highte Dant, speken of this sentence : Lo, in swiche maner rime is t)antes tale. Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God of his goodnesse Wol that we claime of him our gentillesse : For of our elders .may we nothing claime But temporel thing,...
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Selections from [Chaucer's] Canterbury Tales

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1905
...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 wool this as wel as I, If gentillesse...
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Prisoners of Hope: An Exposition of Dante's Purgatorio

John Smyth Carroll - 1906 - 511 sayfa
...of Bath's Tale : Wei kan the wise poete of Florence, That highte Dant, speken in this sentence,— ' Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God of his goodnesse Wole that of hytn we clayme our gentillesse ; For of oure eldres may we no-thyng clayme, But temporel thyng that...
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Canterbury Tales, 2. cilt

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1907
...and open. 1108. unto, H* lo. 1 120. parage, dignity. That highte Dant, speken in this sentence, — Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale, — 'Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale I'rowesse of man, for God of his goodnesse Wole that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse ; 1130 For of...
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Century Types of English Literature Chronologically Arranged

George William McClelland - 1925 - 1144 sayfa
...swich degree. Wel kan the wise poete of Florence That highte Dant 4 speken in this sentence ; 2'° Lo, in swich maner rym is Dantes tale: "Ful selde...goodnesse Wole that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse." 5 For of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme But temporel thyng, that man may hurte and mayme. Eek every...
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Middle English Dictionary, 24. cilt

Hans Kurath - 1967 - 128 sayfa
...Apoc. 9.4: Thei shulden not hirte [L ne laederunt] hay of the erthe. (cl395) Chaucer CT.WB. D.ll32: For of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme But temporel thyng that man may hurte [vr. hirte] and mayme. al425(cl395) WBible(2) 2 Esd. 9.2l: Her clothis wexiden not elde, and her feet...
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Middle English Dictionary

Hans Kurath - 1975 - 128 sayfa
...noght do, ne gar do, hir ne bodili harme ne hir mahayme ne bete. (b) (cl395) Chaucer CT.WB D.ll32: Of oure eldres may we no thyng clayme But temporel thyng that man may hurte and mayme [vrr. maheime, mayne]. al425(?al400) RRose 53l7: Another love. . there is. . it maymeth, in many wise,...
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The Canterbury Tales: A Facsimile and Transcription of the Hengwrt ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1979 - 1024 sayfa
...smale Prowesse of man / for god of his prowesse 1130 Wole /. that of hym / we clayme oure gentilesse For of oure eldres / may we no thyng clayme But temporel thyng? that man may hurte and mayme ELLESMERE vnright / nyght / / had wit? gilt? / been knyght? / allas / nay / nay / been Thou oold lough...
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Studies in the Language of Geoffrey Chaucer

J. Kerkhof - 1982 - 503 sayfa
...322. As a notional verb willen is found in: I wol hym noght, thogh thou were deed to-morwe! (III-307) 'Ful selde up riseth by his branches smale Prowesse of man, for God, of his goodnesse, VJole that of hym we clayme oure gentillesse; (III-1128/30) 'Brother,' quod he, 'wiltow that I thee...
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