Syr Gawayne; a Collection of Ancient Romance-poems, by Scotish and English Authors: Relating to that Celebrated Knight of the Round Table (Google eブックス)

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R. and J. E. Taylor, 1839 - 431 ページ
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306 ページ - Thus endis kyng Arthure, as auctors alegges, That was of Ectores blude, the kynge sone of Troye, And of sir Pryamous, the prynce, praysede in erthe; Fro thethene broghte the Bretons alle his bolde eldyrs Into Bretayne the brode, as the Bruyte tellys.
xl ページ - Calidore, beloved over all: In whom it seemes that gentlenesse of spright And manners mylde were planted naturall; To which he adding comely guize withall, And gracious speach, did steale mens hearts away.
299 ページ - There is sufficient internal evidence of their being Northern, although the manuscript containing them appears to have been written by a scribe of the Midland counties, which will account for the introduction of forms differing from those used by writers beyond the Tweed.
297 ページ - And euer the kyng went nere & nere. So kyng Arthure went a whyle, After the dere, I trowe, half a myle, And...
v ページ - ESQ. HON. JH MACKENZIE, LORD MACKENZIE. JAMES MACKENZIE, ESQ. JOHN WHITEFOORD MACKENZIE, ESQ. WILLIAM FORBES MACKENZIE, ESQ. JAMES MAIDMENT, ESQ. THOMAS MAITLAND, ESQ. VISCOUNT MELVILLE.
336 ページ - fending and proving," the plain fact is this; that the author of Gologras and Gawanc has borrowed the entire outline of his romance from the French Roman de Perceval.
xlv ページ - Pearl' contains four crude illustrations depicting its chief episodes. In the first, the author is represented slumbering in a meadow, by the side of a beflowered mound (not a stream, as has been said), clad in a long red gown with falling sleeves, turned up with white, and a blue hood attached round the neck. Madden and others who have described the illustrations have not noticed that there are wings...
xxi ページ - Gawayn yelded up the spyryte; and thenne the kynge lete entiere hym in a chappel within Douer Castel; and there yet alle men maye see the sculle of hym, and the same wound is sene that Syr Launcelot gaf hym in bataill.
316 ページ - Marchemond herald, be his obedient sone in the office of armes, kintyre, purseuant, and vndir his correccioun, as eftec folowis be cheptours (The treatise itself is cut out from the MS.) Having looked through the MS and dipped into likely-seeming parts, I think it quite certain that the writer of the poem does not refer to any of the short tracts in this MS volume of Sir Wm. Cummyn's...
vi ページ - HON. SIR JOHN A, MURRAY, LORD MURRAY. WILLIAM MURRAY, ESQ. MACVEY NAPIER, ESQ. SIR FRANCIS PALGRAVE. LORD PANMURE. HENRY PETRIE, ESQ.

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