Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9 to Geoffrey Chaucer
Summary

Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9 has 150 lines, and 35% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 61% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 4% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.78 strong matches and 17.47 weak matches.

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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 1

It suffyseth that I have shewed hider-to the forme of false
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 52

Now hast thou thanne biforn thyn eyen almest al the purposed [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 53

forme of the welefulnesse of man-kinde, that is to seyn, richesses, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 104

'Now hast thou thanne,' quod she, 'the forme and the causes [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 105

of false welefulnesse. Now torne and flitte the eyen of thy [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 2

welefulnesse, so that, yif thou loke now cleerly, the order of
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 53

[continues previous] forme of the welefulnesse of man-kinde, that is to seyn, richesses,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 105

[continues previous] of false welefulnesse. Now torne and flitte the eyen of thy
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 11

than sheweth the feblesse of yvel al openly; and yif thou
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 12

knowe cleerly the frelenesse of yvel, the stedefastnesse of good is
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 251

ordre of necessitee destinable. For which it folweth, that yif thou
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 252

loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 3

myn entencioun requireth from hennes-forth to shewen thee the
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 1: 26

'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 1: 31

I preye thee, with-oute taryinge.' [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2474

For verray sothe I telle it thee, [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2475

The hatter ever shal thou brenne, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 1: 26

[continues previous] 'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Do,' quod I, 'and shewe me what is thilke verray welefulnesse, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1605

'Allas, ye slee me thus for verray tene! [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 5

'For sothe,' quod I, 'I see wel now that suffisaunce may nat
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Parson's Tale: 33

... destroyen alle spirituel thinges. Loke how that fyr of smale gledes, that been almost dede under asshen, wollen quike agayn whan they been touched with brimstoon; right so Ire wol everemo quiken agayn, whan it is touched by the pryde that is covered in mannes herte. For certes fyr ne may nat comen out of no-thing, but-if it were first in the same thing naturelly; as fyr is drawen out of flintes with steel. And right so as pryde is ofte tyme matere of Ire, right so is rancour norice and keper of Ire. Ther is a maner tree, as seith seint ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 5: 25

ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 5: 77

richesses. Forwhy faire ne precious ne weren they nat, for that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 81

same thinges; so that thise ilke richesses ne oughten nat by [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 82

right to ben cleped richesses; ne swich power ne oughte nat [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 1: 26

[continues previous] 'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 3: 6

liveth, ne the lighte richesses ne sholle nat beren him companye [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 68

nede ne may nat all outrely ben don a-wey. For though this nede, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 73

sin that richesses ne may nat al don awey nede, but richesses [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 4: 39

vilenye. And for as mochel as thou mowe knowe that thilke [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 4: 40

verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 17

folk, to whiche folk the renoun of a man ne may nat comen, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 18

it befalleth that he, that thou wenest be glorious and renomed, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 46

of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 47

Boece. 'I may nat,' quod I, 'denye it; but I mot graunte
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 77

him nat suffisaunce that power forleteth, and that molestie [continues next]
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Boece. 'Now confesse I wel,' quod I, 'that I see now wel
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'Ye, for sothe,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 1

'Thus see I wel,' quod I, 'either what blisfulnesse or elles
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 26

nat ben hid fro the purviaunce of god; and in this manere this [continues next]
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Hous of Fame 2: 97

'Gladly,' quod I. 'Now wel,' quod he: —
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Hous of Fame 2: 98

'First I, that in my feet have thee,
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Hous of Fame 2: 380

'Wel,' quod I. 'Now see,' quod he,
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2474

[continues previous] For verray sothe I telle it thee,
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6558

For men may wel the sothe see,
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6559

That, parde, they mighte axe a thing
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Troilus and Criseyde 1: 842

For thou art wrooth, ye, now at erst I see;
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Troilus and Criseyde 1: 843

Wostow nat wel that Fortune is commune
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1605

[continues previous] 'Allas, ye slee me thus for verray tene!
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1606

[continues previous] I see wel now that ye mistrusten me;
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 1134

Fortune hem bothe thenketh for to Iape.
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 1135

Quod Troilus, 'I see wel now, that she
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 6

comen by richesses, ne power by reames, ne reverence by
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Parson's Tale: 33

[continues previous] ... to destroyen alle spirituel thinges. Loke how that fyr of smale gledes, that been almost dede under asshen, wollen quike agayn whan they been touched with brimstoon; right so Ire wol everemo quiken agayn, whan it is touched by the pryde that is covered in mannes herte. For certes fyr ne may nat comen out of no-thing, but-if it were first in the same thing naturelly; as fyr is drawen out of flintes with steel. And right so as pryde is ofte tyme matere of Ire, right so is rancour norice and keper of Ire. Ther is a maner tree, as seith seint Isidre, ...
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Parson's Tale: 103

... feble, and mortal, is inmortal, and so strong and so hool that ther may no-thing apeyren it; ther-as ne is neither hunger, thurst, ne cold, but every soule replenissed with the sighte of the parfit knowinge of god. This blisful regne may men purchace by poverte espirituel, and the glorie by lowenesse; the plentee of Ioye by hunger and thurst, and the reste by travaille; and the lyf by deeth and mortificacion of sinne. [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 5: 25

[continues previous] ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen
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[continues previous] they comen among thy richesses; but, for they semeden faire and
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 81

[continues previous] same thinges; so that thise ilke richesses ne oughten nat by
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 82

[continues previous] right to ben cleped richesses; ne swich power ne oughte nat
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 3: 6

[continues previous] liveth, ne the lighte richesses ne sholle nat beren him companye
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 67

[continues previous] In this wyse may nede be counforted by richesses; but certes,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 68

[continues previous] nede ne may nat all outrely ben don a-wey. For though this nede,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 73

[continues previous] sin that richesses ne may nat al don awey nede, but richesses
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 4: 40

[continues previous] verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 17

[continues previous] folk, to whiche folk the renoun of a man ne may nat comen,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 76

[continues previous] he hath assembled. But certes, in this manere he ne geteth
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 77

[continues previous] him nat suffisaunce that power forleteth, and that molestie
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 25

[continues previous] is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 7

dignitees, ne gentilesse by glorie, ne Ioye by delices.'
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Parson's Tale: 103

[continues previous] ... and feble, and mortal, is inmortal, and so strong and so hool that ther may no-thing apeyren it; ther-as ne is neither hunger, thurst, ne cold, but every soule replenissed with the sighte of the parfit knowinge of god. This blisful regne may men purchace by poverte espirituel, and the glorie by lowenesse; the plentee of Ioye by hunger and thurst, and the reste by travaille; and the lyf by deeth and mortificacion of sinne.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 81

cause desiren they richesses, dignitees, regnes, glorie, and delices.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 8

'And hast thou wel knowen the causes,' quod she, 'why it is?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 1: 5

hir, she bigan to speke in this wyse): 'Yif I,' quod she, 'have
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 1: 6

understonden and knowen outrely the causes and the habit of
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 21

'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 10

it were thorugh a litel clifte; but me were levere knowen hem
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'Certes,' quod she, 'the resoun is al redy. For thilke thing [continues next]
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'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it is cleer and open, thogh it were to [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 134

'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 118

'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 29

'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be [continues next]
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I.
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'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 97

'Thou hast wel herd,' quod she, 'the fables of the poetes,
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 4

thou ne tarye nat to telle me thilke thinges that thou hast
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 6

'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk
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'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 57

'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'so it is; but men may nat. For they han [continues next]
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'Than,' quod she, 'by these causes and by othre causes that
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 9

'Certes, me semeth,' quod I, 'that I see hem right as though
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 219

by gessinge, have suffred torment for my gode dedes. Certes,
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 220

me semeth that I see the felonous covines of wikked men
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 21

[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'the resoun is al redy. For thilke thing
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[continues previous] 'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 108

[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it is cleer and open, thogh it were to
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 118

[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 29

[continues previous] 'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 55

[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 57

[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'so it is; but men may nat. For they han
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 47

[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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Legend of Thisbe: 40

And, with a soun as softe as any shrifte, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 695

She herde hem right as though she thennes were; [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 10

it were thorugh a litel clifte; but me were levere knowen hem
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'And hast thou wel knowen the causes,' quod she, 'why it is?'
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Legend of Thisbe: 39

[continues previous] Ye founden first this litel narwe clifte;
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Legend of Thisbe: 40

[continues previous] And, with a soun as softe as any shrifte,
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 695

[continues previous] She herde hem right as though she thennes were;
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Miller's Tale: 534

'Thanne make thee redy,' quod she, 'I come anon;' [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 12

'Certes,' quod she, 'the resoun is al redy. For thilke thing
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Miller's Tale: 533

[continues previous] 'Ye, certes, lemman,' quod this Absolon.
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Miller's Tale: 534

[continues previous] 'Thanne make thee redy,' quod she, 'I come anon;'
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 853

Do, dame, tel forth your tale, and that is best.'
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 854

'Al redy, sir,' quod she, 'right as yow lest,
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Melibee's Tale: 15

Whanne dame Prudence, ful debonairly and with greet pacience, hadde herd al that hir housbonde lyked for to seye, thanne axed she of him licence for to speke, and seyde in this wyse. 'My lord,' quod she, 'as to your firste resoun, certes it may lightly been answered. For I seye, that it is no folie to chaunge conseil whan the thing is chaunged; or elles whan the thing semeth otherweyes than it was biforn. And more-over I seye, that though ye han sworn and bihight to perfourne your emprise, and nathelees ye ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 8

'And hast thou wel knowen the causes,' quod she, 'why it is?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 9

'Certes, me semeth,' quod I, 'that I see hem right as though
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 64

thinges to-gider? And eek, at the laste, see wel that a thing [continues next]
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that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 167

is cause for which men requeren any thing, it semeth that thilke [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 168

same thing be most desired. As thus: yif that a wight wolde [continues next]
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that simply is o thing, with-outen any devisioun, the errour
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 95

Errour and folye confoundeth yow. [continues next]
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of vice. But how brode sheweth the errour and the folye of yow [continues next]
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in his nature, the wikkednesse of men departeth it and devydeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges to-gider? And eek, at the laste, see wel that a thing
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 65

[continues previous] that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that
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[continues previous] is cause for which men requeren any thing, it semeth that thilke
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[continues previous] same thing be most desired. As thus: yif that a wight wolde
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 14

and folye of mankinde departeth and devydeth it, and misledeth
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 5: 112

[continues previous] of vice. But how brode sheweth the errour and the folye of yow
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 67

[continues previous] in his nature, the wikkednesse of men departeth it and devydeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing [continues next]
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it and transporteth from verray and parfit good to goodes that
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[continues previous] in his nature, the wikkednesse of men departeth it and devydeth
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 68

[continues previous] it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing
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mortal folk a maner of goodes that ne ben nat parfit; but thilke [continues next]
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good that is verray and parfit, that may they nat yeven.' [continues next]
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that god is so good, that it proveth by verray force that parfit
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben
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we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 39

first or thinges that ben unparfit; and for-thy, for as moche as [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 13

requered of many folkes ne ben nat verray goodes ne parfite, for [continues next]
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they ben dyverse that oon fro that othre; and so as ech of hem [continues next]
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ben false and unparfit. But sey me this. Wenest thou that
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 20

depper; I coniecte that ther lakketh I not nere what. But [continues next]
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sey me this: sin that thou ne doutest nat that this world be [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 29

But sey me this: remembrest thou what is the ende of thinges,
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 52

hem that he hadde whylom overcomen. Wenest thou thanne [continues next]
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that he be mighty, that hath no power to don a thing, that othre [continues next]
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it befalleth that he, that thou wenest be glorious and renomed, [continues next]
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thanne,' quod she, 'as we han graunted her-biforn, that he that [continues next]
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[continues previous] mortal folk a maner of goodes that ne ben nat parfit; but thilke
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 38

[continues previous] we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben
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[continues previous] first or thinges that ben unparfit; and for-thy, for as moche as
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[continues previous] they ben dyverse that oon fro that othre; and so as ech of hem
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he, that hath nede of power, that him ne lakketh no-thing?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 21

[continues previous] sey me this: sin that thou ne doutest nat that this world be
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 53

[continues previous] that he be mighty, that hath no power to don a thing, that othre
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[continues previous] it befalleth that he, that thou wenest be glorious and renomed,
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[continues previous] thanne,' quod she, 'as we han graunted her-biforn, that he that
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 40

[continues previous] ne hath nede of no-thing, and is most mighty and most digne
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 99

'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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of alle goodes; for with-outen him nis ther no-thing founden
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 166

'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 76

'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 13

right, fro thennes-forth that him lakketh goodnesse, ne shal ben
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 165

'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 91

thinges that thou biholdest presente?' [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 439

Ne certes, she was fat no-thing,
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Miller's Tale: 532

'Wiltow than go thy wey ther-with?' quod she. [continues next]
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Miller's Tale: 533

'Ye, certes, lemman,' quod this Absolon. [continues next]
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Melibee's Tale: 55

'Certes,' quod she, 'I conseille yow that ye accorde with youre adversaries, and that ye haue pees with hem. For seint Iame seith in hise epistles: that "by concord and pees the smale richesses wexen grete, and by debaat and discord the grete richesses fallen doun." And ye knowen wel that oon of the ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 34

'Certes,' quod she, 'and he that hath lakke or nede of aught [continues next]
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'And thou,' quod she, 'in al the plentee of thy richesses haddest [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she; 'and him nedede non help, yif he ne hadde [continues next]
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fulfild?' — 'No,' quod I. — 'Certes, dignitees,' quod she, 'apertienen [continues next]
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'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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'Thou seyst a-right,' quod she; and bigan anon to singen [continues next]
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'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and [continues next]
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'Thou rennest a-right biforn me,' quod she, 'and this is the [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben [continues next]
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'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I. [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that
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[continues previous] 'Wiltow than go thy wey ther-with?' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Ye, certes, lemman,' quod this Absolon.
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'I conseille yow that ye accorde with youre adversaries, and that ye haue pees with hem. For seint Iame seith in hise epistles: that "by concord and pees the smale richesses wexen grete, and by debaat and discord the grete richesses fallen doun." And ye knowen wel that oon of ...
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Now preye I to hem alle that herkne this litel tretis or rede, that if ther be any thing in it that lyketh hem, that ther-of they thanken oure lord Iesu Crist, of whom procedeth al wit and al goodnesse. And if ther be any thing that displese hem, I preye hem also that they arrette it to the defaute of myn unconninge, and nat to my wil, that wolde ful fayn ... [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou wost wel whennes that alle thinges
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'and he that hath lakke or nede of aught
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[continues previous] 'And thou,' quod she, 'in al the plentee of thy richesses haddest
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she; 'and him nedede non help, yif he ne hadde
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[continues previous] fulfild?' — 'No,' quod I. — 'Certes, dignitees,' quod she, 'apertienen
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[continues previous] 'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this
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[continues previous] 'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken
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[continues previous] 'Thou seyst a-right,' quod she; and bigan anon to singen
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ben som-thing that is parfit; for yif so be that perfeccioun is [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle
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any thing that were axed, yif ther nere a rote of soothfastnesse that [continues next]
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propre heved; or elles, yif ther be any thing to which that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende
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[continues previous] 'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] 'Thou rennest a-right biforn me,' quod she, 'and this is the
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben
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[continues previous] 'But,' quod she, 'I am certein, by many resouns, that shrewes
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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[continues previous] have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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to speken right thus. 'Certes,' quod she, 'yif any wight diffinisshe
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right as thou seyst. But I axe yif ther be any libertee of free wil [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ayeinward,' quod she, 'I suppose that ther be prescience,
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comen, but right as the resoun of mankinde knoweth hem. For
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thou arguest and seyst thus: that yif it ne seme nat to men that
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[continues previous] thinges that thou biholdest presente?'
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'Certes, thanne, if men mighte maken any digne
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to it-self, than is it singuler. But now, yif thou seyst thus, that
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yif it be in my power to chaunge my purpos, than shal I voide the
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Ne certes, she was fat no-thing,
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ther is a thing, that in any partye be febler of power, certes,
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[continues previous] Now preye I to hem alle that herkne this litel tretis or rede, that if ther be any thing in it that lyketh hem, that ther-of they thanken oure lord Iesu Crist, of whom procedeth al wit and al goodnesse. And if ther be any thing that displese hem, I preye hem also that they arrette it to the defaute of myn unconninge, and nat to my wil, that wolde ful fayn ...
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And certes a voys al hool, that is to seyn, with-oute amenusinge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle goodes; for with-outen him nis ther no-thing founden
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[continues previous] sen any-thing that is inparfit, certes, in thilke general ther mot [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben som-thing that is parfit; for yif so be that perfeccioun is [continues next]
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[continues previous] any thing that were axed, yif ther nere a rote of soothfastnesse that
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[continues previous] propre heved; or elles, yif ther be any thing to which that
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[continues previous] right as thou seyst. But I axe yif ther be any libertee of free wil
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Now certes,' quod she, 'sin I am his wyf, [continues next]
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as in that, it mot nedes ben nedy of foreine help.'
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[continues previous] toward o man, it sholde maken alle other men to ben nedy as of that.
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as I seyde a litel her-biforn that, sin ther mot nedes ben many
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[continues previous] sen any-thing that is inparfit, certes, in thilke general ther mot
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[continues previous] ben som-thing that is parfit; for yif so be that perfeccioun is
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soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be,
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that verray blisfulnesse is set in soverein god.'
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I have wel concluded that blisfulnesse and god ben the soverein
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good; for whiche it mot nedes ben, that soverein blisfulnesse
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of Iustice [they ben maked iust], and by the getinge of sapience [continues next]
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they ben maked wyse: right so, nedes, by the semblable resoun, [continues next]
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oon; but whan it forleteth to ben oon, it mot nedes dyen and
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'Yis, thus it mot nedes be,' quod I.
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'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat
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place, fro the whiche place ther ne laye no wey forther to ben [continues next]
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gon; right so most thou nedes demen him for right mighty, that [continues next]
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medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen [continues next]
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every man over other men; thanne mot it nedes be that shrewes,
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shrewednesse. For yif that shrewednesse maketh wrecches, than
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mot he nedes ben most wrecched that lengest is a shrewe; the
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of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they
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god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of
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[continues previous] Or he or I mot nedes lese our lyf.
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Agayns his wil, sin it mot nedes be,
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'Right so is it,' quod I.
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'Right so is it,' quod she. 'For thise ne ben yit none remedies
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'Right so is it,' quod I.
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'Right so is it,' quod I.
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'Than,' quod she, 'hath a man nede to seken him foreyne
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'Lat us,' quod she, 'adden thanne reverence to suffisaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] they ben maked wyse: right so, nedes, by the semblable resoun,
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that is demed to ben soverein suffisaunce, thilke selve is soverein [continues next]
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[continues previous] gon; right so most thou nedes demen him for right mighty, that
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[continues previous] medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben [continues next]
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'Suffisaunce and power ben thanne of o kinde?'
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[continues previous] 'Lat us,' quod she, 'adden thanne reverence to suffisaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is demed to ben soverein suffisaunce, thilke selve is soverein
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[continues previous] power, soverein reverence, soverein cleernesse or noblesse, and
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thinges, that is to seyn, suffisaunce, power, and this othre thinges;
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ben they thanne as membres of blisfulnesse, or ben they referred
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by the getinge of unitee, that they ben maked goodes?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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'Thanne semeth it,' quod she, 'that the doere of wrong is [continues next]
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'So semeth it,' quod I.
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'Certes,' quod she, 'and he that hath lakke or nede of aught [continues next]
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'And thou,' quod she, 'in al the plentee of thy richesses haddest [continues next]
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'And hast thou wel knowen the causes,' quod she, 'why it is?' [continues next]
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'Certes, me semeth,' quod I, 'that I see hem right as though [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that [continues next]
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[continues previous] and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle [continues next]
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'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende [continues next]
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'This is a verray consequence,' quod I. [continues next]
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'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben [continues next]
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'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and [continues next]
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'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne semeth it,' quod she, 'that the doere of wrong is
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'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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'It semeth,' quod I, 'to repugnen and to contrarien greetly,
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'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this
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Philosophye. 'For sothe,' quod she, 'and that is a thing that
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'and he that hath lakke or nede of aught
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[continues previous] 'And thou,' quod she, 'in al the plentee of thy richesses haddest
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[continues previous] 'And hast thou wel knowen the causes,' quod she, 'why it is?'
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[continues previous] 'Certes, me semeth,' quod I, 'that I see hem right as though
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle
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[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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[continues previous] 'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be
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[continues previous] 'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun,
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'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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[continues previous] 'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende
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'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is
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[continues previous] 'Remembreth thee,' quod she, 'that I have gadered and
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[continues previous] 'This is a verray consequence,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] 'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that
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[continues previous] 'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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hap in this manere, that is to seyn, that "hap is bitydinge [continues next]
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ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is [continues next]
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manere, that is to seyn, suffisaunt and mighty, oughte ben
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This is to seyn, in youthe or elles age, [continues next]
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He moot ben deed, the king as shal a page; [continues next]
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more mighty folk hath alwey ben despysed of me for savacioun of [continues next]
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for to ben right digne of reverence; and enforcen hem to ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] and nat noble, that is suffisaunt, reverent, and mighty, or elles that [continues next]
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it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider [continues next]
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or the more out-cast?' Glose. This is to seyn, nay; for who-so
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that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth
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whiche of thise two oughte to ben holden the more mighty by
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[continues previous] hap in this manere, that is to seyn, that "hap is bitydinge
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is now demed for aldermost iust and most rightful, that is to seyn, [continues next]
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that shrewes ben punisshed, or elles that gode folk ben y-gerdoned: [continues next]
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[continues previous] ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is
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[continues previous] to seyn, hope and preyeres, for which it semeth that men mowen
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despysed, or elles that it be right digne of reverence aboven
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[continues previous] This is to seyn, in youthe or elles age,
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Thanne dame Prudence discovered al hir wil to him, and seyde, 'I conseille yow,' quod she, 'aboven alle thinges, that ye make pees bitwene god and yow; and beth reconsiled un-to him and to his grace. For as I have seyd yow heer-biforn, god hath suffred yow to have this tribulacioun and disese for your sinnes. And if ye do as I sey yow, god wol sende ... [continues next]
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... seint Augustin. Which dampnable sinne, if that it continue un-to his ende, it is cleped sinning in the holy gost. This horrible sinne is so perilous, that he that is despeired, ther nis no felonye ne no sinne that he douteth for to do; as shewed wel by Iudas. Certes, aboven alle sinnes thanne is this sinne most displesant to Crist, and most adversarie. Soothly, he that despeireth him is lyk the coward champioun recreant, that seith creant withoute nede. Allas! allas! nedeles is he recreant and nedeles despeired. Certes, the mercy of god is evere redy to every penitent, and ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] more mighty folk hath alwey ben despysed of me for savacioun of
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[continues previous] of richesses. And som other men demen that sovereyn good be,
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[continues previous] for to ben right digne of reverence; and enforcen hem to ben
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[continues previous] and nat noble, that is suffisaunt, reverent, and mighty, or elles that
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[continues previous] it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider
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and confesse, and that right dignely, that god is right worthy [continues next]
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aboven alle thinges; and, yif so be that this good be in him [continues next]
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mede? And of what mede shal he be guerdoned? Certes, of [continues next]
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right faire mede and right grete aboven alle medes. Remembre [continues next]
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[continues previous] that shrewes ben punisshed, or elles that gode folk ben y-gerdoned:
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[continues previous] Thanne dame Prudence discovered al hir wil to him, and seyde, 'I conseille yow,' quod she, 'aboven alle thinges, that ye make pees bitwene god and yow; and beth reconsiled un-to him and to his grace. For as I have seyd yow heer-biforn, god hath suffred yow to have this tribulacioun and disese for your sinnes. And if ye do as I sey yow, god wol sende your adversaries ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... Augustin. Which dampnable sinne, if that it continue un-to his ende, it is cleped sinning in the holy gost. This horrible sinne is so perilous, that he that is despeired, ther nis no felonye ne no sinne that he douteth for to do; as shewed wel by Iudas. Certes, aboven alle sinnes thanne is this sinne most displesant to Crist, and most adversarie. Soothly, he that despeireth him is lyk the coward champioun recreant, that seith creant withoute nede. Allas! allas! nedeles is he recreant and nedeles despeired. Certes, the mercy of god is evere redy to every penitent, and is ... [continues next]
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to geten alle thise thinges to-gider?' [continues next]
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toumbling thinges that may bringen this estat?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] aboven alle thinges; and, yif so be that this good be in him
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'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke [continues next]
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torments in stede of wikkede felounes. Of alle whiche thinges [continues next]
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of alle thise thinges it sheweth wel, that the goode folke ben certeinly [continues next]
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[continues previous] right faire mede and right grete aboven alle medes. Remembre
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'Certes,' quod I, 'these thinges ben clere y-nough; and that [continues next]
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by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that [continues next]
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with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it nis no doute, that it is right worthy to
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[continues previous] Thanne dame Prudence discovered al hir wil to him, and seyde, 'I conseille yow,' quod she, 'aboven alle thinges, that ye make pees bitwene god and yow; and beth reconsiled un-to him and to his grace. For as I have seyd yow heer-biforn, god hath suffred yow to have this tribulacioun and disese for your sinnes. And if ye do as I sey yow, god ...
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... sinne in dede, yet seyn somme doctours that swich delyt that dwelleth longe, it is ful perilous, al be it nevere so lite. And also a man sholde sorwe, namely, for al that evere he hath desired agayn the lawe of god with perfit consentinge of his reson; for ther-of is no doute, that it is deedly sinne in consentinge. For certes, ther is no deedly sinne, that it nas first in mannes thought, and after that in his delyt; and so forth in-to consentinge and in-to dede. Wherfore I seye, that many men ne repenten hem nevere of swiche thoghtes and delytes, ne nevere shryven ...
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[continues previous] ... seith seint Augustin. Which dampnable sinne, if that it continue un-to his ende, it is cleped sinning in the holy gost. This horrible sinne is so perilous, that he that is despeired, ther nis no felonye ne no sinne that he douteth for to do; as shewed wel by Iudas. Certes, aboven alle sinnes thanne is this sinne most displesant to Crist, and most adversarie. Soothly, he that despeireth him is lyk the coward champioun recreant, that seith creant withoute nede. Allas! allas! nedeles is he recreant and nedeles despeired. Certes, the mercy of god is evere redy to every penitent, ...
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myn honest freendes, and my wyves fader, as wel holy as worthy [continues next]
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to ben reverenced thorugh his owne dedes, defenden me from [continues next]
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for to ben right digne of reverence; and enforcen hem to ben [continues next]
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certes, it nis no power that thou hast.
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renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde
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[continues previous] toumbling thinges that may bringen this estat?'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'I trowe it naught; and thou hast shewed [continues next]
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben [continues next]
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veyn and inparfit, ther may no man doute that ther nis som
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[continues previous] 'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke
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'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never
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'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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[continues previous] ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine,
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thanne nis it no doute that the goode folk ne ben mighty and [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'No man,' quod I, 'but-yif he be out of his witte.'
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[continues previous] cleer that the power ne the mowinge of shrewes nis no power; and
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[continues previous] of alle thise thinges it sheweth wel, that the goode folke ben certeinly
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'these thinges ben clere y-nough; and that
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'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to [continues next]
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'Ne it nis no mervaile,' quod she, 'though that men wenen that
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[continues previous] by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that
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'What doute is that?' quod she. 'For certes, I coniecte now
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[continues previous] cesen nat of the libertee of hir owne nature. Thanne, certes,
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[continues previous] with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that
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Than worthy is; and that anoon:
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[continues previous] to ben reverenced thorugh his owne dedes, defenden me from
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[continues previous] for to ben right digne of reverence; and enforcen hem to ben
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[continues previous] reverenced among hir neighbours by the honours that they han
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and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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[continues previous] me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] thanne nis it no doute that the goode folk ne ben mighty and
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[continues previous] 'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to [continues next]
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'Lat us,' quod she, 'adden thanne reverence to suffisaunce
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'Suffisaunce and power ben thanne of o kinde?' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'lat us adden it, yif we wolen graunten the
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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also mote we graunten that suffisaunce, power, noblesse, reverence, [continues next]
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely [continues next]
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suffisaunce and power and swiche thinges, either they semen [continues next]
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wirkinge, so that thilke thing that is suffisaunce, thilke same be [continues next]
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power, and reverence, and noblesse, and mirthe; and forsothe, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to
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Lat now,' quod she, 'thy trumpe goon,
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and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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Thou seydest eek, that ther ben thinges three, [continues next]
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The whiche thinges troublen al this erthe, [continues next]
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certes, al other thinges ben apayed of hir owne beautee; but ye [continues next]
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the good is: sin ye demen that the fouleste thinges ben youre
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remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first [continues next]
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a ful holy maner thing. Alle thise othre thinges, forsothe, ben [continues next]
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to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this
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nis nat rather for thise thinges to ben wondred up-on, than for
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[continues previous] 'Suffisaunce and power ben thanne of o kinde?'
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[continues previous] also mote we graunten that suffisaunce, power, noblesse, reverence,
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[continues previous] and gladnesse ben only dyverse by names, but hir substaunce
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every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other [continues next]
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thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever [continues next]
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to geten alle thise thinges to-gider?'
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] 'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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'Up-on thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'right as thise geometriens,
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by resoun sholde ben added to thise forseide thinges.' [continues next]
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blisfulnesse, so that alle thise othre thinges ben referred and
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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'Thanne ben they none membres,' quod she; 'for elles it [continues next]
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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Boece. 'I assente me,' quod I; 'for alle thise thinges ben
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[continues previous] wirkinge, so that thilke thing that is suffisaunce, thilke same be
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[continues previous] power, and reverence, and noblesse, and mirthe; and forsothe, [continues next]
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[continues previous] but-yif alle thise thinges ben alle oon same thing, they ne han nat [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'these thinges ben clere y-nough; and that
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sholde nat only leven thise thinges, but eek gladly herkne
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wrong. But certes,' quod she, 'thise oratours or advocats don al [continues next]
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For
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[continues previous] The whiche thinges troublen al this erthe,
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[continues previous] certes, al other thinges ben apayed of hir owne beautee; but ye [continues next]
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[continues previous] same habit, which that is a more verray thing. And certes, the [continues next]
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[continues previous] a ful holy maner thing. Alle thise othre thinges, forsothe, ben
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[continues previous] thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] but-yif alle thise thinges ben alle oon same thing, they ne han nat
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[continues previous] wrong. But certes,' quod she, 'thise oratours or advocats don al [continues next]
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have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I. [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'lat us adden it, yif we wolen graunten the
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[continues previous] certes, al other thinges ben apayed of hir owne beautee; but ye
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[continues previous] same habit, which that is a more verray thing. And certes, the
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to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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som-tyme to wondren on foule thinges; the which hevene, certes,
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'Lat us,' quod she, 'adden thanne reverence to suffisaunce
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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also mote we graunten that suffisaunce, power, noblesse, reverence, [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen
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'Up-on thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'right as thise geometriens,
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Boece. 'I assente me,' quod I; 'for alle thise thinges ben
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'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun,
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'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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'Certes,' quod I, 'these thinges ben clere y-nough; and that
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'Certes,' quod she, 'so it is; but men may nat. For they han
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[continues previous] wrong. But certes,' quod she, 'thise oratours or advocats don al
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[continues previous] have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.'
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Philosophye. 'For sothe,' quod she, 'and that is a thing that [continues next]
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[continues previous] ful of gladnesse, yif the forseyde thinges ben sothe; and certes, [continues next]
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing
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'Thanne is,' quod she, 'my medicyne al fals;
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'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?'
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[continues previous] Philosophye. 'For sothe,' quod she, 'and that is a thing that [continues next]
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'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this [continues next]
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'This is a consequence,' quod I.
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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and that is noble and honourable, nis nat that a mery thing [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be
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'It mot needly been so,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple [continues next]
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'Now hast thou thanne,' quod she, 'the forme and the causes
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen [continues next]
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'Adde thanne,' quod she, 'thilke good, that is maked blisfulnesse,
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'That is sooth,' quod I.
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'Thanne mowen we conclude sikerly, that the substaunce of
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'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be
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'I graunte it,' quod I.
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'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun,
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'Is ther any-thing thanne,' quod she, 'that, in as moche as it
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[continues previous] 'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke
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'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature,
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'Thanne is ther no-thing,' quod she, 'that either wole or may
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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is thilke same good that men requeren; so that, whan that
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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'Yif thou were thanne,' quod she, 'y-set a Iuge or a knower of
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'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes
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'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?' [continues next]
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that hap be anything, what is it?'
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Thanne quod she, 'I haste me to yilden and assoilen to thee
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Ye wite wel, that the beste is in a place [continues next]
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That nis nat derk, and hath roum eek and space [continues next]
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and nat noble, that is suffisaunt, reverent, and mighty, or elles that
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[continues previous] Philosophye. 'For sothe,' quod she, 'and that is a thing that
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man forsake, that al thing that is right excellent and noble, that it ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] manere, that is to seyn, suffisaunt and mighty, oughte ben [continues next]
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despysed, or elles that it be right digne of reverence aboven [continues next]
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that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth [continues next]
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[continues previous] and that is noble and honourable, nis nat that a mery thing
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[continues previous] 'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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is thilke the verray blisfulnesse parfit, that parfitly maketh a
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man suffisaunt, mighty, honourable, noble, and ful of gladnesse.
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And, for thou shalt wel knowe that I have wel understonden
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rightful veniaunce. But this is open thing and cleer, that it is [continues next]
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right that shrewes ben punisshed, and it is wikkednesse and [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?'
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[continues previous] Ye wite wel, that the beste is in a place
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[continues previous] That nis nat derk, and hath roum eek and space
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it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider
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[continues previous] man forsake, that al thing that is right excellent and noble, that it ne
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[continues previous] semeth to ben right cleer and renomed. For certes, it nedeth nat
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[continues previous] manere, that is to seyn, suffisaunt and mighty, oughte ben
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[continues previous] despysed, or elles that it be right digne of reverence aboven
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[continues previous] that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth
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as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of [continues next]
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renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges [continues next]
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[continues previous] rightful veniaunce. But this is open thing and cleer, that it is
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[continues previous] right that shrewes ben punisshed, and it is wikkednesse and
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thanne,' quod she, 'as we han graunted her-biforn, that he that
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Avarice, after the descripcion of seint Augustin, is likerousnesse in herte to have erthely thinges. Som other folk seyn, that Avarice is, for to purchacen manye erthely thinges, and nothing yeve to hem that han nede. And understond, that Avarice ne stant nat only in lond ne catel, but somtyme in science and in glorie, and in every manere of outrageous thing is Avarice and Coveitise. And the difference bitwixe Avarice and Coveitise is this. Coveitise is for to coveite swiche thinges as thou hast nat; and Avarice is ... [continues next]
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... that is, the body and the soule, for which Crist shal destroyen hem, as seith Seint Paul. Soothly of this thefte douted gretly Joseph, whan that his lordes wyf preyed him of vileinye, whan he seyde, 'lo, my lady, how my lord hath take to me under my warde al that he hath in this world; ne no-thing of hise thinges is out of my power, but only ye that been his wyf. And how sholde I thanne do this wikkednesse, and sinne so horribly agayns god, and agayns my lord? God it forbede.' Allas! al to litel is swich trouthe now ... [continues next]
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of alle goodes, that ne hath nede of non other thing, but that is [continues next]
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ben false and unparfit. But sey me this. Wenest thou that [continues next]
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he, that hath nede of power, that him ne lakketh no-thing?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [continues next]
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Boece. 'Thou hast seyd rightfully,' quod I.
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Philosophie. 'But we han graunted,' quod she, 'that the
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen
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desired of alle folk more thanne the same good. But we han
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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But lat us loken the thinges that we han purposed her-biforn.
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'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she;
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'sin he, which that we han acorded to be good, governeth alle
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mighte it availen at the laste ayeins him, that we han graunted to
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that I have graunted her-biforn.'
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'Thou hast,' quod she, 'the right estimacioun of this; but
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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'Why sholde he nat?' quod I.
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'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben
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ne hath nede of no-thing, and is most mighty and most digne
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[continues previous] Avarice, after the descripcion of seint Augustin, is likerousnesse in herte to have erthely thinges. Som other folk seyn, that Avarice is, for to purchacen manye erthely thinges, and nothing yeve to hem that han nede. And understond, that Avarice ne stant nat only in lond ne catel, but somtyme in science and in glorie, and in every manere of outrageous thing is Avarice and Coveitise. And the difference bitwixe Avarice and Coveitise is this. Coveitise is for to coveite swiche thinges as thou hast nat; and Avarice is for to ...
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[continues previous] ... the body and the soule, for which Crist shal destroyen hem, as seith Seint Paul. Soothly of this thefte douted gretly Joseph, whan that his lordes wyf preyed him of vileinye, whan he seyde, 'lo, my lady, how my lord hath take to me under my warde al that he hath in this world; ne no-thing of hise thinges is out of my power, but only ye that been his wyf. And how sholde I thanne do this wikkednesse, and sinne so horribly agayns god, and agayns my lord? God it forbede.' Allas! al to litel is swich trouthe now y-founde! The thridde harm is the filthe ...
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[continues previous] of alle goodes, that ne hath nede of non other thing, but that is
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[continues previous] he, that hath nede of power, that him ne lakketh no-thing?'
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[continues previous] 'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which
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cleernesse of renoun; and wyf and children, that men desiren for
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of alle thinges, be feble and with-oute strengthe. And cleernesse
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of renoun, oughte that to ben despised? Certes, ther may no
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of thilke cleernesse, he mighte seme the febeler on any syde [continues next]
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that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth [continues next]
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of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce. [continues next]
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as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun [continues next]
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of [continues next]
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renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges [continues next]
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honour. But yif that any wight reioyse him of goodnesse that he
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cleernesse he mighte nat graunten of him-self, so that, for lakke
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Merchant's Tale: 362

Him thoughte his chois mighte nat ben amended.
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For whan that he him-self concluded hadde,
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[continues previous] of thilke cleernesse, he mighte seme the febeler on any syde [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth
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[continues previous] of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce.
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[continues previous] as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun
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[continues previous] 'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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of thilke cleernesse, he mighte seme the febeler on any syde
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of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which
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[continues previous] cleernesse he mighte nat graunten of him-self, so that, for lakke
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or the more out-cast?' Glose. This is to seyn, nay; for who-so
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... bihoveth to weyve thing that thou hast bigonne." And if so be that thou be in doute, whether thou mayst parfourne a thing or noon, chese rather to suffre than biginne. And Piers Alphonce seith: "if thou hast might to doon a thing of which thou most repente thee, it is bettre 'nay' than 'ye';" this is to seyn, that thee is bettre holde thy tonge stille, than for to speke. Thanne may ye understonde by strenger resons, that if thou hast power to parfourne a werk of which thou shalt repente, thanne is it bettre that thou suffre than biginne. Wel seyn they, that defenden every wight to ... [continues next]
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Glose. Tragedie is to seyn, a ditee of a prosperitee for a tyme,
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manere, that is to seyn, suffisaunt and mighty, oughte ben [continues next]
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that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth
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[continues previous] ... bihoveth to weyve thing that thou hast bigonne." And if so be that thou be in doute, whether thou mayst parfourne a thing or noon, chese rather to suffre than biginne. And Piers Alphonce seith: "if thou hast might to doon a thing of which thou most repente thee, it is bettre 'nay' than 'ye';" this is to seyn, that thee is bettre holde thy tonge stille, than for to speke. Thanne may ye understonde by strenger resons, that if thou hast power to parfourne a werk of which thou shalt repente, thanne is it bettre that thou suffre than biginne. Wel seyn they, that defenden every wight to assaye ...
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cleernesse of renoun; and wyf and children, that men desiren for
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of alle thinges, be feble and with-oute strengthe. And cleernesse
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of renoun, oughte that to ben despised? Certes, ther may no
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is? For yif the name of gentilesse be referred to renoun and
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cleernesse of linage, thanne is gentil name but a foreine thing,
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[continues previous] manere, that is to seyn, suffisaunt and mighty, oughte ben
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and nat noble, that is suffisaunt, reverent, and mighty, or elles that
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it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider
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of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which [continues next]
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cleernesse he mighte nat graunten of him-self, so that, for lakke [continues next]
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as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun [continues next]
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of [continues next]
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renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges [continues next]
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of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce.
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'For sothe,' quod I, 'I see wel now that suffisaunce may nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which
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[continues previous] cleernesse he mighte nat graunten of him-self, so that, for lakke
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[continues previous] as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun
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[continues previous] 'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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[continues previous] renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges
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that may verrayly yeven oon of the forseyde thinges, sin
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they ben al oon, I knowe, douteles, that thilke thing is the
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Boece. 'I may nat,' quod I, 'denye it; but I mot graunte
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'I graunte, y-wis,' quod he, 'but I mot thinke
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[continues previous] 'For sothe,' quod I, 'I see wel now that suffisaunce may nat
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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne may nat denye ne withstonde the
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I.
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'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben
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'Who mighte deneye that?' quod I.
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'But,' quod she, 'may any man denye that al that is right nis
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'This ne may I nat denye,' quod I.
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'But what seystow of the mery fortune that is yeven to good
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Hous of Fame 3: 748

'I graunte hit yow,' quod she, 'y-wis. [continues next]
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as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun
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folk, that noblesse of renoun be the sovereyn good; and hasten [continues next]
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cleernesse of renoun; and wyf and children, that men desiren for [continues next]
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of alle thinges, be feble and with-oute strengthe. And cleernesse [continues next]
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of renoun, oughte that to ben despised? Certes, ther may no [continues next]
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is? For yif the name of gentilesse be referred to renoun and [continues next]
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cleernesse of linage, thanne is gentil name but a foreine thing, [continues next]
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it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider [continues next]
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of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which
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cleernesse he mighte nat graunten of him-self, so that, for lakke
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that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth [continues next]
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of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce. [continues next]
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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[continues previous] In alle thing right as hit is.'
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[continues previous] folk, that noblesse of renoun be the sovereyn good; and hasten
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[continues previous] cleernesse of renoun; and wyf and children, that men desiren for [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle thinges, be feble and with-oute strengthe. And cleernesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] is? For yif the name of gentilesse be referred to renoun and [continues next]
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[continues previous] it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth [continues next]
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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[continues previous] of people, whiche that yeveth to men, as it semeth hem, a maner [continues next]
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[continues previous] cleernesse of renoun; and wyf and children, that men desiren for [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle thinges, be feble and with-oute strengthe. And cleernesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] of renoun, oughte that to ben despised? Certes, ther may no [continues next]
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[continues previous] cleernesse of linage, thanne is gentil name but a foreine thing, [continues next]
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'Lat us,' quod she, 'adden thanne reverence to suffisaunce
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'Certes,' quod I, 'lat us adden it, yif we wolen graunten the
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[continues previous] it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider [continues next]
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[continues previous] thanne,' quod she, 'as we han graunted her-biforn, that he that [continues next]
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of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which [continues next]
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cleernesse he mighte nat graunten of him-self, so that, for lakke [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth [continues next]
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[continues previous] of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce. [continues next]
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as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun [continues next]
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'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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'Thanne semeth it,' quod she, 'that the doere of wrong is
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'What is that?' quod I.
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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renoun to the three forseyde thinges, so that ther ne be amonges
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The same I seye, ther is no difference. [continues next]
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In this forseyde develes fourneys ther forgen three shrewes: Pryde, that ay bloweth and encreseth the fyr by chydinge and wikked wordes. Thanne stant Envye, and holdeth the hote iren upon the herte of man with a peire of longe tonges of long rancour. And thanne stant the sinne of contumelie or stryf and cheeste, and batereth and forgeth by vileyns ...
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... by ordinaunce it sholde be so. For if a womman had mo men than oon, thanne sholde she have mo hevedes than oon, and that were an horrible thing biforn god; and eek a womman ne mighte nat plese to many folk at ones. And also ther ne sholde nevere be pees ne reste amonges hem; for everich wolde axen his owene thing. And forther-over, no man ne sholde knowe his owene engendrure, ne who sholde have his heritage; and the womman sholde been the lasse biloved, fro the time that she were conioynt to many men. [continues next]
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[continues previous] cleernesse of renoun; and wyf and children, that men desiren for
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[continues previous] of renoun, oughte that to ben despised? Certes, ther may no
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straunge folk, mayst thou seyn; but amonges hem ther they [continues next]
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weren born, ne duren nat thilke dignitees alwey? Certes, the [continues next]
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[continues previous] is? For yif the name of gentilesse be referred to renoun and
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it nis no doute, that it is right worthy to
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[continues previous] it is right noble and right cleer by celebritee of renoun? Consider
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[continues previous] of honour, yif him nedeth any cleernesse of renoun, which
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[continues previous] that is suffisaunt, mighty, and reverent, cleernesse of renoun folweth
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[continues previous] of the forseyde thinges; he hath it al redy of his suffisaunce.
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[continues previous] as it is, that this thing be right celebrable by cleernesse of renoun
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punisshed, al-be-it so that ther ne be had no resoun or lawe of [continues next]
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[continues previous] The same I seye, ther is no difference. [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... so. For if a womman had mo men than oon, thanne sholde she have mo hevedes than oon, and that were an horrible thing biforn god; and eek a womman ne mighte nat plese to many folk at ones. And also ther ne sholde nevere be pees ne reste amonges hem; for everich wolde axen his owene thing. And forther-over, no man ne sholde knowe his owene engendrure, ne who sholde have his heritage; and the womman sholde been the lasse biloved, fro the time that she were conioynt to many men.
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[continues previous] straunge folk, mayst thou seyn; but amonges hem ther they
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[continues previous] punisshed, al-be-it so that ther ne be had no resoun or lawe of
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'This is a consequence,' quod I.
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Miller's Tale: 532

'Wiltow than go thy wey ther-with?' quod she. [continues next]
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Miller's Tale: 533

'Ye, certes, lemman,' quod this Absolon. [continues next]
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Thise olde folk can muchel thing,' quod she. [continues next]
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'Have heer my trouthe,' quod the knight, 'I grante.' [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'I dar me wel avante, [continues next]
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[continues previous] The same I seye, ther is no difference.
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[continues previous] To Alisaundre told was this sentence;
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'Why sholde I nat remembre that?' quod I. [continues next]
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'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?' [continues next]
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'Wistestow never yit that thou were any other thing?' quod [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that [continues next]
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing [continues next]
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'It mot needly been so,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen [continues next]
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'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen [continues next]
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'This is,' quod I, 'a fair thing and a precious, clepe it as [continues next]
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'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that ne ben no goodes [continues next]
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'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun, [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?' [continues next]
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'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke [continues next]
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'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende [continues next]
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'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is [continues next]
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'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle [continues next]
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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'This is a verray consequence,' quod I. [continues next]
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'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben [continues next]
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'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and [continues next]
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'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that any good were added to the [continues next]
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'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that [continues next]
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'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben [continues next]
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben [continues next]
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'I wolde heren thilke same resouns,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to [continues next]
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'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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'Yif thou were thanne,' quod she, 'y-set a Iuge or a knower of [continues next]
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have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I. [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.' [continues next]
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'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?' [continues next]
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'Thanne ayeinward,' quod she, 'I suppose that ther be prescience, [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men [continues next]
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne [continues next]
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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[continues previous] 'Wiltow than go thy wey ther-with?' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Ye, certes, lemman,' quod this Absolon.
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[continues previous] 'Thanne make thee redy,' quod she, 'I come anon;'
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[continues previous] Thise olde folk can muchel thing,' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'My leve mooder,' quod this knight certeyn,
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[continues previous] 'Have heer my trouthe,' quod the knight, 'I grante.'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'I dar me wel avante,
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... that Dame Prudence hadde spoken in this manere, Melibee answerde and seyde, 'I see wel, dame Prudence, that by your faire wordes and by your resons that ye han shewed me, that the werre lyketh yow no-thing; but I have nat yet herd your conseil, how I shal do in this nede.'
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'Certes,' quod she, 'I conseille yow that ye accorde with youre adversaries, and that ye haue pees with hem. For seint Iame seith in hise epistles: that "by concord and pees the smale richesses wexen grete, and by debaat and discord the grete richesses fallen doun." And ye knowen wel that oon of the gretteste and most ...
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[continues previous] 'Why sholde I nat remembre that?' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?'
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[continues previous] 'Wistestow never yit that thou were any other thing?' quod
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of alle goodes, that ne hath nede of non other thing, but that is [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'and he that hath lakke or nede of aught
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'Than,' quod she, 'hath a man nede to seken him foreyne
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[continues previous] he, that hath nede of power, that him ne lakketh no-thing?'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that
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[continues previous] 'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing
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thanne,' quod she, 'as we han graunted her-biforn, that he that
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ne hath nede of no-thing, and is most mighty and most digne
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'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be
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[continues previous] 'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing [continues next]
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that ne hath no part, they ne geten hem neither thilke partye that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen
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[continues previous] 'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen
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[continues previous] 'This is,' quod I, 'a fair thing and a precious, clepe it as
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[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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[continues previous] 'Thanne mowen we conclude sikerly, that the substaunce of
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[continues previous] 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that ne ben no goodes
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[continues previous] 'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun,
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'Is ther any-thing thanne,' quod she, 'that, in as moche as it
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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[continues previous] 'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke
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[continues previous] 'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende
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[continues previous] 'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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[continues previous] 'This is a verray consequence,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben
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[continues previous] 'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] 'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that any good were added to the
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[continues previous] 'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben
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[continues previous] the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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[continues previous] more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben
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[continues previous] 'I wolde heren thilke same resouns,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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[continues previous] 'Yif thou were thanne,' quod she, 'y-set a Iuge or a knower of
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[continues previous] have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.'
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'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes
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[continues previous] 'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ayeinward,' quod she, 'I suppose that ther be prescience,
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men
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[continues previous] doon hem, ne han no necessitee that men doon hem, eek tho
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[continues previous] Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne
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foreine thing, and that may don alle thinges by hise strengthes,
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... elles, he seith, the fend entyced him; or elles he dide it for his youthe, or elles his complexioun is so corageous, that he may nat forbere; or elles it is his destinee, as he seith, unto a certein age; or elles, he seith, it cometh him of gentillesse of hise auncestres; and semblable thinges. Alle this manere of folk so wrappen hem in hir sinnes, that they ne wol nat delivere hem-self. For soothly, no wight that excuseth him wilfully of his sinne may nat been delivered of his sinne, til that he mekely biknoweth his sinne. After this, thanne cometh swering, that is expres ... [continues next]
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... agayns that shame, sholde a man thinke that, by wey of resoun, that he that hath nat been ashamed to doon foule thinges, certes him oghte nat been ashamed to do faire thinges, and that is confessiouns. A man sholde eek thinke, that god seeth and wool alle hise thoghtes and alle hise werkes; to him may no thing been hid ne covered. Men sholden eek remembren hem of the shame that is to come at the day of dome, to hem that been nat penitent and shriven in this present lyf. For alle the creatures in erthe and in helle shullen seen apertly al that they hyden in ...
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kepeth the grete world; and how she, bindinge, restreyneth alle
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thinges by a bonde that may nat ben unbounde. Al be it so that
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[continues previous] of alle goodes, that ne hath nede of non other thing, but that is
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[continues previous] it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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deceive thee; but I have shewed thee the thing that is grettest
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over alle thinges by the yift of god, that we whylom preyeden.
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desert and naked of alle strengthes. And of thise thinges, certes, [continues next]
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goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to [continues next]
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don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open [continues next]
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that it susteneth and enforseth, by hise strengthes, that it nis nat [continues next]
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overcomen by adversitees. Ne certes, thou that art put in the [continues next]
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and that is noble and honourable, nis nat that a mery thing
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[continues previous] ... seith, the fend entyced him; or elles he dide it for his youthe, or elles his complexioun is so corageous, that he may nat forbere; or elles it is his destinee, as he seith, unto a certein age; or elles, he seith, it cometh him of gentillesse of hise auncestres; and semblable thinges. Alle this manere of folk so wrappen hem in hir sinnes, that they ne wol nat delivere hem-self. For soothly, no wight that excuseth him wilfully of his sinne may nat been delivered of his sinne, til that he mekely biknoweth his sinne. After this, thanne cometh swering, ...
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For if thou therfor wenest thy-self nat weleful, for thinges that [continues next]
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tho semeden ioyful ben passed, ther nis nat why thou sholdest wene [continues next]
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing
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and nat noble, that is suffisaunt, reverent, and mighty, or elles that
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[continues previous] don yvel that may don alle thinges.'
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[continues previous] desert and naked of alle strengthes. And of thise thinges, certes,
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[continues previous] goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to
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[continues previous] that it susteneth and enforseth, by hise strengthes, that it nis nat
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[continues previous] tho semeden ioyful ben passed, ther nis nat why thou sholdest wene
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'But whennes,' quod I, 'that any sorwe mighte comen to this
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may drawen to governaunce swiche hertes as ben worthy and [continues next]
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of his familier. What thing is thanne this power, that may nat [continues next]
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'This thing,' quod I, 'nis nat doutous; but I abyde to herknen [continues next]
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that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath [continues next]
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it [continues next]
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thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.'
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I may nat, certes, thogh I sholde dye,
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'I graunte, y-wis,' quod he, 'but I mot thinke [continues next]
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swich thing as is transferred fram o man to another ne may nat [continues next]
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dwellen with no man; certes, thanne is thilke moneye precious [continues next]
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[continues previous] Philosophye. 'For sothe,' quod she, 'and that is a thing that
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[continues previous] may drawen to governaunce swiche hertes as ben worthy and
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'Thanne may nat richesses maken that a man nis nedy, ne that [continues next]
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[continues previous] of his familier. What thing is thanne this power, that may nat
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ben som-thing that is parfit; for yif so be that perfeccioun is
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don awey, men may nat thinke ne seye fro whennes thilke
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[continues previous] allone; but that is a thing that may nat be don.'
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.' [continues next]
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse [continues next]
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'Thou wilt nat thanne deneye,' quod she, 'that the moevement [continues next]
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] unknitten the knotte of this questioun. For, certes, they seyn
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[continues previous] that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath
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[continues previous] is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it
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'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be
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[continues previous] Som wit, and thanne wol we gladly here.'
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[continues previous] 'I graunte, y-wis,' quod he, 'but I mot thinke
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[continues previous] dwellen with no man; certes, thanne is thilke moneye precious
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[continues previous] 'Thanne may nat richesses maken that a man nis nedy, ne that
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing [continues next]
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'Thanne folweth it,' quod she, 'that we adden cleernesse of
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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'It mot needly been so,' quod I.
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'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen
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that thilke same soverein good be god.'
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'That is sooth,' quod I.
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'Thanne mowen we conclude sikerly, that the substaunce of
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that good is thilke thing that is desired of alle, thanne
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moten we nedes confessen, that good is the fyn of alle thinges.
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature,
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[continues previous] 'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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[continues previous] 'Thou wilt nat thanne deneye,' quod she, 'that the moevement
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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[continues previous] the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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[continues previous] more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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Hous of Fame 3: 609

And for no maner other thing.'
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'I graunte yow al your asking,'
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Quod she; 'let your werk be deed.'
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Suffyceth that we han the fame.'
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'I graunte,' quod she, 'by my trouthe!
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ful of gladnesse, yif the forseyde thinges ben sothe; and certes,
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that may verrayly yeven oon of the forseyde thinges, sin
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they ben al oon, I knowe, douteles, that thilke thing is the
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ne be nat mutable. And thus ben the thinges ful wel y-governed,
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yif that the simplicitee dwellinge in the divyne thoght sheweth
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also mote we graunten that suffisaunce, power, noblesse, reverence,
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For therby wenen they to han suffisaunce, honour, power, renoun, [continues next]
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'Lat us,' quod she, 'adden thanne reverence to suffisaunce [continues next]
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and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'lat us adden it, yif we wolen graunten the
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power, soverein reverence, soverein cleernesse or noblesse, and [continues next]
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wirkinge, so that thilke thing that is suffisaunce, thilke same be [continues next]
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power, and reverence, and noblesse, and mirthe; and forsothe, [continues next]
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and gladnesse ben only dyverse by names, but hir substaunce
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[continues previous] and gladnesse. Than is it good, that men seken thus by so many
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[continues previous] and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But
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[continues previous] power, soverein reverence, soverein cleernesse or noblesse, and
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[continues previous] power, and reverence, and noblesse, and mirthe; and forsothe,
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'It mot needly been so,' quod I.
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'Have heer my trouthe,' quod the knight, 'I grante.' [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'I dar me wel avante, [continues next]
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'Why sholde I nat remembre that?' quod I. [continues next]
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'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?' [continues next]
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'Wistestow never yit that thou were any other thing?' quod [continues next]
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'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte [continues next]
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing [continues next]
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'This is a consequence,' quod I. [continues next]
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [continues next]
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'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be [continues next]
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'Thilke man,' quod she, 'that secheth richesses to fleen [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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they ben al oon, I knowe, douteles, that thilke thing is the [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen [continues next]
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'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be [continues next]
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'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun, [continues next]
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'But,' quod she, 'thilke thing that desireth to be and to [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?' [continues next]
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'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is [continues next]
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'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke [continues next]
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'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is [continues next]
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'So as men trowen,' quod she, 'and that rightfully, that god [continues next]
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'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat
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'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle [continues next]
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse [continues next]
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'This is a verray consequence,' quod I. [continues next]
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'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and [continues next]
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'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that any good were added to the [continues next]
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'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that [continues next]
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'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben [continues next]
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben [continues next]
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'I wolde heren thilke same resouns,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to [continues next]
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'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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'Yif thou were thanne,' quod she, 'y-set a Iuge or a knower of [continues next]
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have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I. [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.' [continues next]
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'Now understand,' quod she, 'so as alle fortune, whether so it [continues next]
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'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes [continues next]
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'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it [continues next]
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'Thanne ayeinward,' quod she, 'I suppose that ther be prescience, [continues next]
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'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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[continues previous] 'Have heer my trouthe,' quod the knight, 'I grante.'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'I dar me wel avante,
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[continues previous] 'Why sholde I nat remembre that?' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?'
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[continues previous] 'Wistestow never yit that thou were any other thing?' quod
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[continues previous] 'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte
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suffisaunt of himself unto him-self. And folyen swiche folk thanne,
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that wenen that thilke thing that is right good, that it be eek right
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neither of hem ne mighte do that he wolde. What thing is
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thanne thilke power, that though men han it, yit they ben agast;
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[continues previous] 'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing
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[continues previous] and nat noble, that is suffisaunt, reverent, and mighty, or elles that
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[continues previous] 'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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[continues previous] 'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be
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[continues previous] 'Thilke man,' quod she, 'that secheth richesses to fleen
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken
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[continues previous] they ben al oon, I knowe, douteles, that thilke thing is the
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen
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[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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'Yis, forsothe,' quod I; 'and that soverein good.'
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'Adde thanne,' quod she, 'thilke good, that is maked blisfulnesse,
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[continues previous] 'Thanne mowen we conclude sikerly, that the substaunce of
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whanne they ben gadered to-gider alle in-to o forme and in-to oon
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wirkinge, so that thilke thing that is suffisaunce, thilke same be
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'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that ne ben no goodes
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[continues previous] 'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be
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[continues previous] 'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun,
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'Is ther any-thing thanne,' quod she, 'that, in as moche as it [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'But,' quod she, 'thilke thing that desireth to be and to
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is
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[continues previous] 'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke
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[continues previous] good thanne mayst thou descryven right thus: good is thilke
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that good is thilke thing that is desired of alle, thanne
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[continues previous] 'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is
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[continues previous] 'So as men trowen,' quod she, 'and that rightfully, that god
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'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature,
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'Thanne is ther no-thing,' quod she, 'that either wole or may
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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[continues previous] 'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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[continues previous] is thilke same good that men requeren; so that, whan that
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[continues previous] 'This is a verray consequence,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] 'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men
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hath beinge is oon, and thilke same oon is good; thanne is this
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that any good were added to the
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[continues previous] 'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben
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[continues previous] the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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[continues previous] more thanne,' quod she, 'ben shrewes unsely, whan they ben
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[continues previous] 'I wolde heren thilke same resouns,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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[continues previous] 'Yif thou were thanne,' quod she, 'y-set a Iuge or a knower of
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[continues previous] have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.'
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[continues previous] 'Now understand,' quod she, 'so as alle fortune, whether so it
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[continues previous] 'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes
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[continues previous] 'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?'
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[continues previous] 'And certes, thilke thing that exercyseth or corigeth, profiteth?'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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[continues previous] byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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[continues previous] thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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hath nat deserved hem, that is to seyn, neither mede ne peyne; and
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it sholde seme thanne, that thilke thing is alderworst, which that
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is now demed for aldermost iust and most rightful, that is to seyn,
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ayeinward,' quod she, 'I suppose that ther be prescience,
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Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men
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in his nature, the wikkednesse of men departeth it and devydeth
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that simply is o thing, with-outen any devisioun, the errour [continues next]
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and folye of mankinde departeth and devydeth it, and misledeth [continues next]
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it and transporteth from verray and parfit good to goodes that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Is ther any-thing thanne,' quod she, 'that, in as moche as it
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it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing
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Of no partye ne cantel of a thing, [continues next]
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But of a thing that parfit is and stable, [continues next]
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... whiche men been distreyned by tailages, custumes, and cariages, more than hir duetee or resoun is. And eek they taken of hir bonde-men amerciments, whiche mighten more resonably ben cleped extorcions than amerciments. Of whiche amerciments and raunsoninge of bondemen, somme lordes stywardes seyn, that it is rightful; for-as-muche as a cherl hath no temporel thing that it ne is his lordes, as they seyn. But certes, thise lordshipes doon wrong, that bireven hir bonde-folk thinges that they nevere yave hem: Augustinus de Civitate, libro nono. Sooth is, that the condicioun of thraldom and the firste cause of thraldom is for sinne; Genesis, quinto. [continues next]
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diverse weyes, but natheles they enforcen hem alle to comen only
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to oon ende of blisfulnesse. And blisfulnesse is swiche a good,
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the whiche blisfulnesse, as I have seyd, alle mortal folk enforcen
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hem to geten by diverse weyes. For-why the coveitise of verray
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thinges bringen to men swich a thing that no good ne fayle hem [continues next]
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[continues previous] and folye of mankinde departeth and devydeth it, and misledeth
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[continues previous] it and transporteth from verray and parfit good to goodes that
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [continues next]
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foreine thing, and that may don alle thinges by hise strengthes, [continues next]
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that ne hath no part, they ne geten hem neither thilke partye that [continues next]
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nis non, ne the thing al hool that they ne desire nat.' [continues next]
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office of vertues, and the shrewes enforcen hem to geten it by [continues next]
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dyverse coveityse of erthely thinges, which that nis no naturel office [continues next]
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good, the which they enforcen hem only to geten, by nightes and
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the contrarye; for they enforcen hem to commoeve the Iuges to
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that ne hath no part, they ne geten hem neither thilke partye that
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[continues previous] Of no partye ne cantel of a thing,
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[continues previous] ... been distreyned by tailages, custumes, and cariages, more than hir duetee or resoun is. And eek they taken of hir bonde-men amerciments, whiche mighten more resonably ben cleped extorcions than amerciments. Of whiche amerciments and raunsoninge of bondemen, somme lordes stywardes seyn, that it is rightful; for-as-muche as a cherl hath no temporel thing that it ne is his lordes, as they seyn. But certes, thise lordshipes doon wrong, that bireven hir bonde-folk thinges that they nevere yave hem: Augustinus de Civitate, libro nono. Sooth is, that the condicioun of thraldom and the firste cause of thraldom is for sinne; Genesis, quinto.
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Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by [continues next]
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken [continues next]
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thing that may so wel performe blisfulnesse, as an estat plentivous [continues next]
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worthy of honour and of reverence? Certes, nay. For that thing [continues next]
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nis neither foul ne worthy to ben despised, that wel neigh al the [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges bringen to men swich a thing that no good ne fayle hem
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[continues previous] ne semeth fayle, certes than wole I graunte that they ben maked
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[continues previous] 'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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[continues previous] it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing [continues next]
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[continues previous] that ne hath no part, they ne geten hem neither thilke partye that [continues next]
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[continues previous] nis non, ne the thing al hool that they ne desire nat.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] dyverse coveityse of erthely thinges, which that nis no naturel office [continues next]
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[continues previous] to geten thilke same soverein good. Trowestow that it be any [continues next]
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tho thinges in which they delyten, they wenen to ateine to thilke
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good that they desiren; but they ne geten ne ateinen nat ther-to,
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as whether that of thilke thinges that ne han non issues and [continues next]
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Nis non of hem, that good prophete is; [continues next]
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nis non, ne the thing al hool that they ne desire nat.'
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Noon in this world that trotteth hool in al, [continues next]
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Ne man ne beest, swich as men coude devyse; [continues next]
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Debonairetee withdraweth and refreyneth the stiringes and the moevynges of mannes corage in his herte, in swich manere that they ne skippe nat out by angre ne by Ire. Suffrance suffreth swetely alle the anoyaunces and the wronges that men doon to man outward. Seint Ierome seith thus of debonairetee, that 'it doth noon harm to no wight, ne seith; ne for noon harm that men doon or seyn, he ne eschaufeth nat ... [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so [continues next]
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[continues previous] resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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[continues previous] enforcen hem to have nede of nothing? Certes, ther nis non other
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[continues previous] thing that may so wel performe blisfulnesse, as an estat plentivous
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[continues previous] worthy of honour and of reverence? Certes, nay. For that thing
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[continues previous] nis neither foul ne worthy to ben despised, that wel neigh al the
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[continues previous] it; and whan they enforcen hem to geten partye of a thing
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[continues previous] that ne hath no part, they ne geten hem neither thilke partye that
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ne desire they nat ech of hem by semblable resoun to kepen
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[continues previous] dyverse coveityse of erthely thinges, which that nis no naturel office
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'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] as whether that of thilke thinges that ne han non issues and
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Romaunt of the Rose: 7093

[continues previous] Suche been the stinking [fals] prophetis;
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[continues previous] Nis non of hem, that good prophete is;
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'In which manere?' quod I.
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[continues previous] Noon in this world that trotteth hool in al,
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Parson's Tale: 49

[continues previous] Debonairetee withdraweth and refreyneth the stiringes and the moevynges of mannes corage in his herte, in swich manere that they ne skippe nat out by angre ne by Ire. Suffrance suffreth swetely alle the anoyaunces and the wronges that men doon to man outward. Seint Ierome seith thus of debonairetee, that 'it doth noon harm to no wight, ne seith; ne for noon harm that men doon or ...
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so [continues next]
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'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte [continues next]
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'Than,' quod she, 'hath a man nede to seken him foreyne [continues next]
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'It mot needly been so,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple [continues next]
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'Right as in bestes,' quod she, 'whan the sowle and the body [continues next]
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'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is [continues next]
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'Who mighte deneye that?' quod I. [continues next]
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'But,' quod she, 'may any man denye that al that is right nis [continues next]
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'I wolde heren thilke same resouns,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben [continues next]
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'As ofte,' quod she, 'as men doon any thing for grace of any [continues next]
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'Thilke man,' quod she, 'that secheth richesses to fleen
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so
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[continues previous] 'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte
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liveth, ne the lighte richesses ne sholle nat beren him companye [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Than,' quod she, 'hath a man nede to seken him foreyne
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'Than is this thinge torned in-to the contrarye,' quod she.
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'For richesses, that men wenen sholde make suffisaunce, they
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[continues previous] 'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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[continues previous] 'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle
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[continues previous] 'Right as in bestes,' quod she, 'whan the sowle and the body
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is convenient to him, and travaileth that they ne dye nat, as [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is
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[continues previous] 'But,' quod she, 'may any man denye that al that is right nis
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[continues previous] 'I wolde heren thilke same resouns,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Denyestow,' quod she, 'that alle shrewes ne ben worthy to
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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[continues previous] 'As ofte,' quod she, 'as men doon any thing for grace of any
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povertee, he ne travaileth him nat for to gete power; for he
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[continues previous] liveth, ne the lighte richesses ne sholle nat beren him companye
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[continues previous] is convenient to him, and travaileth that they ne dye nat, as
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hath levere ben derk and vyl; and eek withdraweth from
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That nis nat derk, and hath roum eek and space
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him-self many naturel delyts, for he nolde lese the moneye that
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most worth of richesses? Is it nat gold or might of moneye [continues next]
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assembled? Certes, thilke gold and thilke moneye shyneth and [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she; 'and him nedede non help, yif he ne hadde [continues next]
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he hath assembled. But certes, in this manere he ne geteth
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Therfor, yif that Fortune spake with thee for hir-self in this [continues next]
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manere, for-sothe thou ne haddest nat what thou mightest answere. [continues next]
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[continues previous] assembled? Certes, thilke gold and thilke moneye shyneth and
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she; 'and him nedede non help, yif he ne hadde
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comen by richesses, ne power by reames, ne reverence by [continues next]
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seketh to geten that oon of thise, and nat that other, he ne [continues next]
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'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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him nat suffisaunce that power forleteth, and that molestie
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[continues previous] manere, for-sothe thou ne haddest nat what thou mightest answere.
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[continues previous] 'For sothe,' quod I, 'I see wel now that suffisaunce may nat
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[continues previous] comen by richesses, ne power by reames, ne reverence by
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[continues previous] seketh to geten that oon of thise, and nat that other, he ne
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[continues previous] 'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid
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that is with-oute power, ne he ne preyseth glorie no-thing.
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semeth in the nexte partie of the erthes to ben with-oute glorie
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Certes, thus seest thou wel, that manye thinges faylen to him;
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And certes, amonges thise thinges I ne trowe nat that the
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thus. Certes, thou mayst wel chaunge thy purpos; but, for as
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anguisshes byten him; and whan he ne may nat don tho defautes
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nede ne may nat all outrely ben don a-wey. For though this nede, [continues next]
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sin that richesses ne may nat al don awey nede, but richesses
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of hem? Or elles may they don a-wey the vyces? Certes, they [continues next]
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ne be nat wont to don awey wikkednesse, but they ben wont [continues next]
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he wolde don that he may nat don? And holdest thou thanne
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him a mighty man, that hath envirownede his sydes with men
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don awey, men may nat thinke ne seye fro whennes thilke
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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don yvel that may don alle thinges.' [continues next]
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right as to a maner heighte of hir nature. But for to mowen don
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yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis
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bountee and prowesse, he forleteth to ben a man; sin he may [continues next]
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nat passen in-to the condicioun of god, he is torned in-to a beest. [continues next]
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they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For
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naught; but yif this ne may nat ben don, thanne is it nat possible,
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Ne may nat don me singen, though I dye,
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a-wey, he forleteth to ben mighty, and that is the thing that
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him-self hath devyded and constreyned to ben y-medled to-gidere.
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And forthy he that forleteth certein ordinaunce of doinge by over-throwinge
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that blisfulnesse is desired. For-why thilke thing that every man [continues next]
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[continues previous] nede ne may nat all outrely ben don a-wey. For though this nede,
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[continues previous] of hem? Or elles may they don a-wey the vyces? Certes, they
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of thinges; and certes, that is the thing that every wight [continues next]
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desireth; and for as mochel as we han gadered and comprehended [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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he forleteth to ben good. And at the laste, so as alle medes ben
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[continues previous] foule delyces of the foule sowe. Thanne folweth it, that he that forleteth
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[continues previous] bountee and prowesse, he forleteth to ben a man; sin he may
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hem nat, what seketh thilke blinde thoght? What is he that [continues next]
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desireth any thing of which he wot right naught? As who seith, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1150

That he that most desireth yow to serve, [continues next]
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he most desireth. And right thus may I maken semblable
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[continues previous] desireth most over alle thinges, he demeth that it be the sovereyn
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as honours of poeple ne may nat maken folk digne of honour, it [continues next]
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[continues previous] desireth; and for as mochel as we han gadered and comprehended
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[continues previous] hem nat, what seketh thilke blinde thoght? What is he that
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[continues previous] desireth any thing of which he wot right naught? As who seith,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1150

[continues previous] That he that most desireth yow to serve,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 87

resouns of honours, and of glorie, and of delyts. For so as
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the causes and the endes of thise forseyde goodes, as they that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 54

honours, power, and glorie, and delyts. The whiche delyt only
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[continues previous] as honours of poeple ne may nat maken folk digne of honour, it
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same thinges, as I have taught thee, hasten hem by naturel [continues next]
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as the knowinge of thise thinges is a maner porcioun of the [continues next]
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every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other
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Parson's Tale: 26

Now been ther two maneres of Pryde; that oon of hem is with-inne the herte of man, and that other is with-oute. Of whiche soothly thise forseyde thinges, and mo than I have seyd, apertenen to pryde that is in the herte of man; and that othere speces of pryde been with-oute. But natheles that oon of thise speces of pryde is signe of that other, right as the gaye leefsel atte taverne is signe of the wyn ... [continues next]
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Avarice, after the descripcion of seint Augustin, is likerousnesse in herte to have erthely thinges. Som other folk seyn, that Avarice is, for to purchacen manye erthely thinges, and nothing yeve to hem that han nede. And understond, that Avarice ne stant nat only in lond ne catel, but somtyme in science and in glorie, and in every manere of outrageous thing is Avarice and Coveitise. And ... [continues next]
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the whiche names ben ful ofte reproeved by the effecte of the [continues next]
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same thinges; so that thise ilke richesses ne oughten nat by [continues next]
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[continues previous] the causes and the endes of thise forseyde goodes, as they that
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to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben [continues next]
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this [continues next]
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nature. For yif that moneye or honours, or thise other forseyde [continues next]
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thinges bringen to men swich a thing that no good ne fayle hem [continues next]
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and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben [continues next]
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely [continues next]
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soverein delyt. Conclusio. What seyst thou thanne of alle thise [continues next]
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thinges, that is to seyn, suffisaunce, power, and this othre thinges; [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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but-yif alle thise thinges ben alle oon same thing, they ne han nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] governeth alle thinges by the keye of his goodnesse, and alle thise
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[continues previous] same thinges, as I have taught thee, hasten hem by naturel
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thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein [continues next]
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good; ne thise wrecches ne comen nat to the effect of soverein [continues next]
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effect. Than, sin that everiche of thise thinges hath his [continues next]
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wrecchednesse, that is to seyn, wil to don yvel and mowinge to don [continues next]
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[continues previous] as the knowinge of thise thinges is a maner porcioun of the
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges [continues next]
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ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why [continues next]
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ne to that other, that is to seyn, neither to gode ne to harm, but constreineth [continues next]
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naught to latter thinges; and sin that these thinges ben thus, [continues next]
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that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne [continues next]
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thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever
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Summoner's Tale: 327

That is to seyn, bothe oon, and two, and three!'
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Parson's Tale: 26

[continues previous] Now been ther two maneres of Pryde; that oon of hem is with-inne the herte of man, and that other is with-oute. Of whiche soothly thise forseyde thinges, and mo than I have seyd, apertenen to pryde that is in the herte of man; and that othere speces of pryde been with-oute. But natheles that oon of thise speces of pryde is signe of that other, right as the gaye leefsel atte taverne is signe of the wyn ...
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Parson's Tale: 63

[continues previous] Avarice, after the descripcion of seint Augustin, is likerousnesse in herte to have erthely thinges. Som other folk seyn, that Avarice is, for to purchacen manye erthely thinges, and nothing yeve to hem that han nede. And understond, that Avarice ne stant nat only in lond ne catel, but somtyme in science and in glorie, and in every manere of outrageous thing is Avarice and Coveitise. And the difference bitwixe Avarice and ...
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Parson's Tale: 75

Now lat us speke thanne of thilke stinkinge sinne of Lecherie that men clepe Avoutrie of wedded folk, that is to seyn, if that oon of hem be wedded, or elles bothe. Seint Iohn seith, that avoutiers shullen been in helle in a stank brenninge of fyr and of brimston; in fyr, for the lecherie; in brimston, for the stink of hir ordure. Certes, the brekinge of this sacrement is an horrible thing; it was ...
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[continues previous] same thinges; so that thise ilke richesses ne oughten nat by
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[continues previous] to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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[continues previous] the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this
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[continues previous] thinges bringen to men swich a thing that no good ne fayle hem
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[continues previous] and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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that may verrayly yeven oon of the forseyde thinges, sin
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they ben al oon, I knowe, douteles, that thilke thing is the
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] 'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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[continues previous] thinges, that is to seyn, suffisaunce, power, and this othre thinges;
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only
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[continues previous] but-yif alle thise thinges ben alle oon same thing, they ne han nat
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seest oon heed, that is to seyn, oon tyraunt, beren so manye [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein
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For thou hast lerned a litel her-biforn, that al thing that is and
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hath beinge is oon, and thilke same oon is good; thanne is this
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[continues previous] effect. Than, sin that everiche of thise thinges hath his
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[continues previous] wrecchednesse, that is to seyn, wil to don yvel and mowinge to don
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[continues previous] oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 116

[continues previous] the whiche folk, sin that hir propre wil ne sent hem nat to that oon [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 117

[continues previous] ne to that other, that is to seyn, neither to gode ne to harm, but constreineth [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 204

[continues previous] naught to latter thinges; and sin that these thinges ben thus,
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 205

[continues previous] that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne
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Troilus and Criseyde 1: 173

Hir godly looking gladede al the prees.
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Troilus and Criseyde 1: 174

Nas never seyn thing to ben preysed derre,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 90

seketh to geten that oon of thise, and nat that other, he ne
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Parson's Tale: 31

Now wol I speke of the remedie agayns this foule sinne of Envye. First, is the love of god principal, and loving of his neighebor as him-self; for soothly, that oon ne may nat been withoute that other. And truste wel, that in the name of thy neighebore thou shalt understonde the name of thy brother; for certes alle we have o fader fleshly, and o moder, that is to seyn, Adam and Eve; and eek o fader espirituel, and that is god of hevene. Thy neighebore artow holden ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 76

he hath assembled. But certes, in this manere he ne geteth [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 77

him nat suffisaunce that power forleteth, and that molestie [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 87

ben dyverse amonges hem-self, that oon nis nat that that other
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 88

is; thanne ne [may] neither of hem ben parfit, so as either of
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 169

ryden for cause of hele, he ne desireth nat so mochel the moevinge [continues next