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" oon of thise thynges tweye: To han me foul and old til that I deye, And be to yow a trewe humble wyf, And... "
Altenglische sprachproben nebst einem wörterbuch: abth. Poesie. 1867. 2 ... - Page 339
by Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner - 1867
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The Syntax of the Infinitive in Chaucer

John Samuel Kenyon - English language - 1905 - 162 pages
...Tr. L 466 the word tvnfluel.jtai. In D 1219 ft, Chese now . . . one of thise thynges tweye : To Turn me foul and old til that I deye, And be to yow a trewe humble wyf, And nevere yow displete, the infinitives may simply depend on chese, the change of logical subject for...
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Century Types of English Literature Chronologically Arranged

George William McClelland - English Literature (selections: Extracts, Etc.) - 1925 - 1144 pages
...delit, I shal fulfille youre worldly appetit. Chese now (quod she) oon of thise thynges tweye, To ban nevere yow displese in al my lyf Or elles ye wol ban me yong and fair, And take youre aventure of the...
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The Canterbury Tales: A Facsimile and Transcription of the Hengwrt ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - Poetry - 1979 - 1024 pages
...shal fulfille / youre worldly appetit? (JChees now quod she / oon of thise thynges tweye 1220 To han me foul and old / til that I deye And be to yow / a trewe humble wyf And neuere yow displese / in al my lyf Or ellis / ye wol han me / yong and fair And take youre auenture...
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The Canterbury Tales

Geoffrey Chaucer - Poetry - 2002 - 706 pages
...natheles, sith 1 knowe your delyt, I schal fulfille youre worldly appetyt. 'Chese now,' quod sche, 'oon of these thinges tweye: To have me foul and old...humble wyf, And never yow displease in al my lyf, Or ellesye wold have me yong and fair, And take your aventure of the repair That schal be to your hous...
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Venus' Owne Clerk: Chaucer's Debt to the Confessio Amantis, Volume 167

Benjamin Willem Lindeboom - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 477 pages
...is set a Theophrastian choice by the hag: "Chese now," quod she,"oon of thise thynges tweye: To ban me foul and old til that I deye, And be to yow a trewe, humble wyf, And nevere yow diplese in al myn lyf, 67 Robert P. Miller, 'The Wife of Bath's Tale and Medieval Exempla',...
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