Chaucer was Re: [DWJ] Re: Titles
rohina at shaw.ca
Sat Jun 10 17:50:52 EDT 2006
I was just about to say, if you read the entries for March about the
great Chaucer v Gower showdown, then you should also check out my
illustrated version of the events, here:
Otter Perry wrote:
> Never mind. Google came through.
> On Friday, June 9, 2006, at 05:29 PM, Otter Perry wrote:
>> On Friday, June 9, 2006, at 01:21 PM, Charles Butler wrote:
>>> .... Geoffrey Chaucer's Ciphre of Leonardo:
>>> And ther thurgh irene barres he sawe a man
>>> -for, ich sholde saye, accordynge to the plan
>>> Of Palais-Louvres securitee ful grete
>>> By cause of the alarum from lyne VIII
>>> Ther hadde ydropped a gate of muchel strengthe
>>> That trappid Saunierye yn that roomes lengthe.
>>> The man on thothir syde (art thou stille wyth me?)
>>> Was an albino, ful pale and straunge to se
>>> For nothynge striketh feere yn mortal soules
>>> Lyk to the pale! A boate ful of hooles
>>> Ich rather wolde thurgh sharke-rich watirs stere
>>> Than oones come to an albino neere!
>> Where did you find this? I'm not familiar with it.
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> themes, love and death (as well as its
> exciting cariacatures, sex and violence) ...
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