Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2 to Geoffrey Chaucer
Summary

Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2 has 194 lines, and 38% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 58% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 4% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.89 strong matches and 17.9 weak matches.

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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 1

Than seyde I thus: 'owh! I wondre me that thou bihetest me
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 17

ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh!
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 18

(i. pape!) I wondre gretly, certes, why that thou art syk, sin
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 2

so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 3

performe that thou bihetest. But I preye thee only this, that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 1

Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I;
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 2

so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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Melibee's Tale: 20

... whan thou biwreyest thy conseil to any wight, he holdeth thee in his snare." And therefore yow is bettre to hyde your conseil in your herte, than praye him, to whom ye han biwreyed your conseil, that he wole kepen it cloos and stille. For Seneca seith: "if so be that thou ne mayst nat thyn owene conseil hyde, how darstou prayen any other wight thy conseil secreely to kepe?" But nathelees, if thou wene sikerly that the biwreying of thy conseil to a persone wol make thy condicioun to stonden in the bettre plyt, thanne shaltou tellen him thy conseil in this wyse. First, ... [continues next]
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Melibee's Tale: 21

... same resoun shul ye clepen to your conseil, of your freendes that been of age, swiche as han seyn and been expert in manye thinges, and been approved in conseillinges. For the book seith, that "in olde men is the sapience and in longe tyme the prudence." And Tullius seith: that "grete thinges ne been nat ay accompliced by strengthe, ne by delivernesse of body, but by good conseil, by auctoritee of persones, and by science; the whiche three thinges ne been nat feble by age, but certes they enforcen and encreesen day by day." And thanne shul ye kepe this for a general reule. First ... [continues next]
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Melibee's Tale: 39

... is to seyn, "a man that drinketh hony." Thou hast y-dronke so muchel hony of swete temporel richesses and delices and honours of this world, that thou art dronken; and hast forgeten Iesu Crist thy creatour; thou ne hast nat doon to him swich honour and reverence as thee oughte. Ne thou ne hast nat wel y-taken kepe to the wordes of Ovide, that seith: "under the hony of the godes of the body is hid the venim that sleeth the soule." And Salomon seith, "if thou hast founden hony, ete of it that suffyseth; for if thou ete of it out of mesure, thou shalt ...
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Melibee's Tale: 55

... and blessed been they that loven and purchacen pees; for they been called children of god."' 'A!' quod Melibee, 'now se I wel that ye loven nat myn honour ne my worshipe. Ye knowen wel that myne adversaries han bigonnen this debaat and brige by hir outrage; and ye see wel that they ne requeren ne preyen me nat of pees, ne they asken nat to be reconsiled. Wol ye thanne that I go and meke me and obeye me to hem, and crye hem mercy? For sothe, that were nat my worship. For right as men seyn, that "over-greet homlinesse engendreth dispreysinge," so fareth it by to greet ...
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Second Nun's Tale: 482

Thou, that ne mayst but only lyf bireve, [continues next]
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Second Nun's Tale: 483

Thou hast non other power ne no leve! [continues next]
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 528

His wyly wrenches thou ne mayst nat flee. [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 88

... but-if it lyke to thee of thyn humilitee; this is no departinge of shrifte. Ne I seye nat, ther-as I speke of divisioun of confessioun, that if thou have lycence for to shryve thee to a discreet and an honeste preest, where thee lyketh, and by lycence of thy curat, that thou ne mayst wel shryve thee to him of alle thy sinnes. But lat no blotte be bihinde; lat no sinne been untold, as fer as thou hast remembraunce. And whan thou shalt be shriven to thy curat, telle him eek alle the sinnes that thou hast doon sin thou were last y-shriven; this ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 9

false opinioun, that mayst thou nat rightfully blamen ne aretten [continues next]
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ne may nat beneme it thee. And that thou mayst knowe that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 102

blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 45

'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 20

'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 138

Thanne seyde she thus: 'I ne scorne thee nat, ne pleye, ne
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 142

it ne slydeth nat in-to outterest foreine thinges, ne ne receiveth
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 1

[continues previous] Than seyde I thus: 'owh! I wondre me that thou bihetest me [continues next]
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[continues previous] so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel [continues next]
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[continues previous] performe that thou bihetest. But I preye thee only this, that [continues next]
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that he may nat geten, thou mayst nat douten that power ne [continues next]
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'No, forsothe,' quod I.
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'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office
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'I ne doute it nat,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 71

bitydeth it, that yif thou seest a wight that be transformed into [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 72

vyces, thou ne mayst nat wene that he be a man. [continues next]
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that hath don the wrong, or elles him that hath suffred the
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'I ne doute nat,' quod I, 'that I nolde don suffisaunt satisfaccioun
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 32

the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 33

thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 1: 15

that thou ne mayst nat suffyce to mesuren the right wey.' [continues next]
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necessitee slydeth ayein in-to the contrarye partye: ne it ne
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bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 26

al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it
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ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 179

wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 180

mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 181

nat fleen the sighte of the presente eye, al-though that thou torne [continues next]
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Legend of Good Women Prologue B: 570

I wot wel that thou mayst nat al hit ryme, [continues next]
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Legend of Good Women Prologue B: 571

That swiche lovers diden in hir tyme; [continues next]
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Compleynt of Mars: 112

That thou nere swift, wel mayst thou wepe and cryen. [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 3

performe that thou bihetest. But I preye thee only this, that
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Melibee's Tale: 20

[continues previous] ... whan thou biwreyest thy conseil to any wight, he holdeth thee in his snare." And therefore yow is bettre to hyde your conseil in your herte, than praye him, to whom ye han biwreyed your conseil, that he wole kepen it cloos and stille. For Seneca seith: "if so be that thou ne mayst nat thyn owene conseil hyde, how darstou prayen any other wight thy conseil secreely to kepe?" But nathelees, if thou wene sikerly that the biwreying of thy conseil to a persone wol make thy condicioun to stonden in the bettre plyt, thanne shaltou tellen him thy conseil in ...
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Second Nun's Tale: 482

[continues previous] Thou, that ne mayst but only lyf bireve,
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Second Nun's Tale: 483

[continues previous] Thou hast non other power ne no leve!
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 528

[continues previous] His wyly wrenches thou ne mayst nat flee.
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Parson's Tale: 88

[continues previous] ... but-if it lyke to thee of thyn humilitee; this is no departinge of shrifte. Ne I seye nat, ther-as I speke of divisioun of confessioun, that if thou have lycence for to shryve thee to a discreet and an honeste preest, where thee lyketh, and by lycence of thy curat, that thou ne mayst wel shryve thee to him of alle thy sinnes. But lat no blotte be bihinde; lat no sinne been untold, as fer as thou hast remembraunce. And whan thou shalt be shriven to thy curat, telle him eek alle the sinnes that thou hast doon sin thou were ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 9

[continues previous] false opinioun, that mayst thou nat rightfully blamen ne aretten
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 101

[continues previous] ne may nat beneme it thee. And that thou mayst knowe that
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 1

[continues previous] Than seyde I thus: 'owh! I wondre me that thou bihetest me
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 2

[continues previous] so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 23

[continues previous] that he may nat geten, thou mayst nat douten that power ne
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 71

[continues previous] bitydeth it, that yif thou seest a wight that be transformed into
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 72

[continues previous] vyces, thou ne mayst nat wene that he be a man.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 33

[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 1: 15

[continues previous] that thou ne mayst nat suffyce to mesuren the right wey.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 179

[continues previous] wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 180

[continues previous] mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst
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Legend of Good Women Prologue B: 570

[continues previous] I wot wel that thou mayst nat al hit ryme,
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Legend of Good Women Prologue B: 571

[continues previous] That swiche lovers diden in hir tyme;
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Compleynt of Mars: 112

[continues previous] That thou nere swift, wel mayst thou wepe and cryen.
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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 3 Prose 3: 12

blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 13

thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 16

thilke thinges? First and forward thou thy-self, that haddest
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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: 134

'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 37

'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 7

And thanne seide she thus: 'yif thou loke,' quod she, 'first
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 8

the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 86

'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 87

thinges governeth strongly, and ordeyneth hem softely.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 7

verrey light; the thinges that thou hast seid me hider-to ben so
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 10

thilke thinges that thou toldest me, al-be-it so that I hadde
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 88

knowen by the devyne sighte, sin that, forsothe, men ne maken
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 89

nat thilke thinges necessarie which that they seen ben y-doon in
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 90

hir sighte? For addeth thy biholdinge any necessitee to thilke
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 91

thinges that thou biholdest presente?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 159

the sonne arysinge and the man walkinge, that, ther-whyles that
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 160

thilke thinges been y-doon, they ne mighte nat ben undoon;
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Legend of Ariadne: 326

'Thou bed,' quod she, 'that hast receyved two,
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Legend of Ariadne: 327

Thou shalt answere of two, and nat of oon!
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 6

'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 38

more mighty folk hath alwey ben despysed of me for savacioun of [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 5: 35

thinges that ben knowen to alle folk. And of the felonyes and [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 89

hem alwey goode to whom that they ben y-ioigned. [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 3: 16

thilke thinges? First and forward thou thy-self, that haddest
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 7

may ben thought fouler than swiche preysinge? For thilke folk [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 8

that ben preysed falsly, they moten nedes han shame of hir [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 16

as I seyde a litel her-biforn that, sin ther mot nedes ben many [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 9: 8

'And hast thou wel knowen the causes,' quod she, 'why it is?'
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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 11: 36

'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 37

'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 7

And thanne seide she thus: 'yif thou loke,' quod she, 'first
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 8

the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 86

'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 36

whos regne I speke, that certes the gode folk ben alwey mighty, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 39

mede; and that blisfulnesses comen alwey to goode folk, and [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 40

infortune comth alwey to wikked folk. And thou shalt wel [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 47

'Alle folk thanne,' quod she, 'goode and eek badde, enforcen
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thanne nis it no doute that the goode folk ne ben mighty and [continues next]
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thinges that I have graunted; that nedes gode folk moten 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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of alle thise thinges it sheweth wel, that the goode folke ben certeinly [continues next]
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maked blisful for they ben goode; and thilke folk that ben blisful, [continues next]
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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that torments of felonyes pressen and confounden goode folk, and [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 128

swiche folk as they demen to ben gode folk or shrewes, that [continues next]
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it moste nedes ben that folk ben swiche as they wenen? But in [continues next]
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Legend of Ariadne: 326

'Thou bed,' quod she, 'that hast receyved two,
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Legend of Ariadne: 327

Thou shalt answere of two, and nat of oon!
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6900

And they wolde binde on folk alwey, [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6901

That ben to [be] begyled able, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 7

ben alwey stronge and mighty, and the shrewes ben feble and
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Parson's Tale: 15

... that is to seyn, 'I purposed fermely to shryve me; and thow, Lord, relesedest my sinne.' And right so as contricion availleth noght, with-outen sad purpos of shrifte, if man have oportunitee, right so litel worth is shrifte or satisfaccion with-outen contricion. And more-over, contricion destroyeth the prison of helle, and maketh wayk and feble alle the strengthes of the develes, and restoreth the yiftes of the holy goost and of alle gode vertues; and it clenseth the soule of sinne, and delivereth the soule fro the peyne of helle, and fro the companye of the devel, and fro the servage of sinne, and restoreth it to alle godes espirituels, and to ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 37

[continues previous] this libertee hath the freedom of conscience, that the wratthe of
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 38

[continues previous] more mighty folk hath alwey ben despysed of me for savacioun of
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 5: 35

[continues previous] thinges that ben knowen to alle folk. And of the felonyes and
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 89

[continues previous] hem alwey goode to whom that they ben y-ioigned.
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[continues previous] that ben preysed falsly, they moten nedes han shame of hir
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 16

[continues previous] as I seyde a litel her-biforn that, sin ther mot nedes ben many
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 36

[continues previous] whos regne I speke, that certes the gode folk ben alwey mighty, [continues next]
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[continues previous] and shrewes ben alwey out-cast and feble; ne the vyces ne ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] mede; and that blisfulnesses comen alwey to goode folk, and
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[continues previous] infortune comth alwey to wikked folk. And thou shalt wel
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[continues previous] thanne nis it no doute that the goode folk ne ben mighty and [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges that I have graunted; that nedes gode folk moten ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] place, fro the whiche place ther ne laye no wey forther to ben
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[continues previous] of alle thise thinges it sheweth wel, that the goode folke ben certeinly [continues next]
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[continues previous] mighty, and the shrewes douteles ben unmighty. And it is [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 33

[continues previous] maked blisful for they ben goode; and thilke folk that ben blisful,
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[continues previous] ben blisful, and shrewes ben wrecches?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 15

[continues previous] that torments of felonyes pressen and confounden goode folk, and
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[continues previous] shrewes ravisshen medes of vertu, and ben in honours and in
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 129

[continues previous] it moste nedes ben that folk ben swiche as they wenen? But in
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6900

[continues previous] And they wolde binde on folk alwey,
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6901

[continues previous] That ben to [be] begyled able,
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 8

desert and naked of alle strengthes. And of thise thinges, certes,
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Melibee's Tale: 31

... of the phisiciens ne sholde nat han been understonden in this wyse. For certes, wikkednesse is nat contrarie to wikkednesse, ne vengeaunce to vengeaunce, ne wrong to wrong; but they been semblable. And therfore, o vengeaunce is nat warisshed by another vengeaunce, ne o wrong by another wrong; but everich of hem encreesceth and aggreggeth other. But certes, the wordes of the phisiciens sholde been understonden in this wyse: for good and wikkednesse been two contraries, and pees and werre, vengeaunce and suffraunce, discord and accord, and manye othere thinges. But certes, wikkednesse shal be warisshed by goodnesse, discord by accord, werre by pees, and so forth of ... [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 12

... his passion that he suffred for my sinnes, and no-thing for his gilt.' And ye shul understonde, that in mannes sinne is every manere of ordre or ordinance turned up-so-doun. For it is sooth, that god, and reson, and sensualitee, and the body of man been so ordeyned, that everich of thise foure thinges sholde have lordshipe over that other; as thus: god sholde have lordshipe over reson, and reson over sensualitee, and sensualitee over the body of man. But sothly, whan man sinneth, al this ordre or ordinance is turned up-so-doun. And therfore thanne, for-as-muche as the reson of man ne wol nat ... [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 15

[continues previous] ... that is to seyn, 'I purposed fermely to shryve me; and thow, Lord, relesedest my sinne.' And right so as contricion availleth noght, with-outen sad purpos of shrifte, if man have oportunitee, right so litel worth is shrifte or satisfaccion with-outen contricion. And more-over, contricion destroyeth the prison of helle, and maketh wayk and feble alle the strengthes of the develes, and restoreth the yiftes of the holy goost and of alle gode vertues; and it clenseth the soule of sinne, and delivereth the soule fro the peyne of helle, and fro the companye of the devel, and fro the servage of sinne, and restoreth it to alle godes espirituels, and to the companye and communion of holy chirche. And forther-over, it maketh him that whylom was sone of ire to be sone of grace; and alle thise thinges been preved by holy writ. And therfore, he that wolde sette his entente to thise thinges, he were ful wys; for soothly, he ne sholde nat thanne in al his lyf have corage to sinne, but yeven his body and al his herte to the service of Iesu Crist, and ...
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Parson's Tale: 53

... estaat is the estaat of sinful men, in which estaat men been holden to laboure in preyinge to god for amendement of hir sinnes, and that he wole graunte hem to arysen out of hir sinnes. Another estaat is thestaat of grace, in which estaat he is holden to werkes of penitence; and certes, to alle thise thinges is Accidie enemy and contrarie. For he loveth no bisinesse at al. Now certes, this foule sinne Accidie is eek a ful greet enemy to the lyflode of the body; for it ne hath no purveaunce agayn temporel necessitee; for it forsleweth and forsluggeth, and destroyeth alle goodes tem-poreles by reccheleesnesse. [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 68

... and nat in the rescowinge ne relevinge of his evene-cristene. And therfore fore speke I first of misericorde. Thanne is misericorde, as seith the philosophre, a vertu, by which the corage of man is stired by the misese of him that is misesed. Up-on which misericorde folweth pitee, in parfourninge of charitable werkes of misericorde. And certes, thise thinges moeven a man to misericorde of Iesu Crist, that he yaf him-self for oure gilt, and suffred deeth for misericorde, and forgaf us oure originale sinnes; and therby relessed us fro the peynes of helle, and amenused the peynes of purgatorie by penitence, and yeveth grace wel to do, and ... [continues next]
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naked and nedy of alle thinges, and I norisshede thee with my
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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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And certes, amonges thise thinges I ne trowe nat that the
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foreine thing, and that may don alle thinges by hise strengthes,
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and that is noble and honourable, nis nat that a mery thing
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to geten alle thise thinges to-gider?'
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Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde
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[continues previous] and shrewes ben alwey out-cast and feble; ne the vyces ne 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] mighty, and shrewes feeble and unmighty.'
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[continues previous] cleer that the power ne the mowinge of shrewes nis no power; and [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle thise thinges it sheweth wel, that the goode folke ben certeinly [continues next]
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[continues previous] mighty, and the shrewes douteles ben unmighty. And it is [continues next]
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sholde nat only leven thise thinges, but eek gladly herkne [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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... as Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricornus, Aquarius, Pisces; and the nombres of the degrees of tho signes ben writen in augrim above, and with longe devisiouns, fro fyve to fyve; devyded fro tyme that the signe entreth un-to the laste ende. But understond wel, that thise degrees of signes ben everich of hem considered of 60 minutes, and every minute of 60 secondes, and so forth in-to smale fraccions infinit, as seith Alkabucius. And ther-for, know wel, that a degree of the bordure contieneth foure minutes, and a degree of a signe contieneth 60 minutes, and have this in minde. And for ... [continues next]
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everich of hem is declared and shewed by other. For so as
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Melibee's Tale: 31

[continues previous] ... wordes of the phisiciens ne sholde nat han been understonden in this wyse. For certes, wikkednesse is nat contrarie to wikkednesse, ne vengeaunce to vengeaunce, ne wrong to wrong; but they been semblable. And therfore, o vengeaunce is nat warisshed by another vengeaunce, ne o wrong by another wrong; but everich of hem encreesceth and aggreggeth other. But certes, the wordes of the phisiciens sholde been understonden in this wyse: for good and wikkednesse been two contraries, and pees and werre, vengeaunce and suffraunce, discord and accord, and manye othere thinges. But certes, wikkednesse shal be warisshed by goodnesse, discord by accord, werre by pees, and so forth of othere thinges. And heer-to accordeth Seint Paul the apostle in manye places. ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... of his passion that he suffred for my sinnes, and no-thing for his gilt.' And ye shul understonde, that in mannes sinne is every manere of ordre or ordinance turned up-so-doun. For it is sooth, that god, and reson, and sensualitee, and the body of man been so ordeyned, that everich of thise foure thinges sholde have lordshipe over that other; as thus: god sholde have lordshipe over reson, and reson over sensualitee, and sensualitee over the body of man. But sothly, whan man sinneth, al this ordre or ordinance is turned up-so-doun. And therfore thanne, for-as-muche as the reson of man ...
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[continues previous] ... estaat is the estaat of sinful men, in which estaat men been holden to laboure in preyinge to god for amendement of hir sinnes, and that he wole graunte hem to arysen out of hir sinnes. Another estaat is thestaat of grace, in which estaat he is holden to werkes of penitence; and certes, to alle thise thinges is Accidie enemy and contrarie. For he loveth no bisinesse at al. Now certes, this foule sinne Accidie is eek a ful greet enemy to the lyflode of the body; for it ne hath no purveaunce agayn temporel necessitee; for it forsleweth and forsluggeth, and destroyeth alle goodes tem-poreles by reccheleesnesse.
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Parson's Tale: 68

[continues previous] ... and nat in the rescowinge ne relevinge of his evene-cristene. And therfore fore speke I first of misericorde. Thanne is misericorde, as seith the philosophre, a vertu, by which the corage of man is stired by the misese of him that is misesed. Up-on which misericorde folweth pitee, in parfourninge of charitable werkes of misericorde. And certes, thise thinges moeven a man to misericorde of Iesu Crist, that he yaf him-self for oure gilt, and suffred deeth for misericorde, and forgaf us oure originale sinnes; and therby relessed us fro the peynes of helle, and amenused the peynes of purgatorie by penitence, and yeveth ...
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... bitwixe hem two, as in that, no parfit mariage. Thanne shal men understonde that for three thinges a man and his wyf fleshly mowen assemble. The firste is in entente of engendrure of children to the service of god, for certes that is the cause fynal of matrimoine. Another cause is, to yelden everich of hem to other the dette of hir bodies, for neither of hem hath power over his owene body. The thridde is, for to eschewe lecherye and vileinye. The ferthe is for sothe deadly sinne. As to the firste, it is meritorie; the seconde also; for, as seith the decree, that she hath merite ...
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[continues previous] to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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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] ... Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricornus, Aquarius, Pisces; and the nombres of the degrees of tho signes ben writen in augrim above, and with longe devisiouns, fro fyve to fyve; devyded fro tyme that the signe entreth un-to the laste ende. But understond wel, that thise degrees of signes ben everich of hem considered of 60 minutes, and every minute of 60 secondes, and so forth in-to smale fraccions infinit, as seith Alkabucius. And ther-for, know wel, that a degree of the bordure contieneth foure minutes, and a degree of a signe contieneth 60 minutes, and have this in minde. And for the ...
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good and yvel ben two contraries, yif so be that good be stedefast,
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[continues previous] ... ne vengeaunce to vengeaunce, ne wrong to wrong; but they been semblable. And therfore, o vengeaunce is nat warisshed by another vengeaunce, ne o wrong by another wrong; but everich of hem encreesceth and aggreggeth other. But certes, the wordes of the phisiciens sholde been understonden in this wyse: for good and wikkednesse been two contraries, and pees and werre, vengeaunce and suffraunce, discord and accord, and manye othere thinges. But certes, wikkednesse shal be warisshed by goodnesse, discord by accord, werre by pees, and so forth of othere thinges. And heer-to accordeth Seint Paul the apostle in manye places. He seith: "ne yeldeth nat harm ...
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aboven alle thinges; and, yif so be that this good be in him
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feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen [continues next]
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Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 18

To knowe the degrees of the longitudes of fixe sterres after that they ben determinat in thin Astrolabie, yif so be that they ben trewly set. Set the centre of the sterre up-on the lyne meridional, and tak keep of thy zodiak, and loke what degree of any signe that sit on the same lyne meridional at that same tyme, and tak the degree in which the sterre standeth; and with that same degree ...
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... 2 tounes, of whiche that o toun aprocheth more toward the est than doth that other toun, truste wel that thilke tounes ban diverse meridians. Nota also, that the arch of the equinoxial, that is conteyned or bounded by-twixe the 2 meridians, is cleped the longitude of the toun. And yif so be that two tounes have y-lyke meridian, or oon meridian, than is the distance of hem bothe y-lyke fer fro the est; and the contrarie. And in this manere they chaunge nat her meridian, but sothly they chaungen her almikanteras; for the enhausing of the pool and the distance of the sonne. The ...
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than sheweth the feblesse of yvel al openly; and yif thou
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but it sheweth rather al openly that they ben unworthy and
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welefulnesse, so that, yif thou loke now cleerly, the order of [continues next]
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[continues previous] and continuel resouns. For loke now how greetly sheweth the
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[continues previous] feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen
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knowe cleerly the frelenesse of yvel, the stedefastnesse of good is
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But for as moche as it is nat tyme yit of faster remedies, and [continues next]
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dremeth; but for as moche as thy sighte is ocupied and distorbed [continues next]
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considerede Epicurus, and iuged and establisshed that delyt is [continues next]
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the sovereyn good; for as moche as alle othre thinges, as him [continues next]
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[continues previous] welefulnesse, so that, yif thou loke now cleerly, the order of
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knowen. But for as moche as the fey of my sentence shal be the
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 71

the Iowes (sc. faucibus) of hem that gapeden. And for as moche
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 72

as the peyne of the accusacioun aiuged biforn ne sholde nat
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[continues previous] But for as moche as it is nat tyme yit of faster remedies, and
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But for as moche as the norisshinges of my resouns descenden
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[continues previous] dremeth; but for as moche as thy sighte is ocupied and distorbed
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[continues previous] the sovereyn good; for as moche as alle othre thinges, as him
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ben hoot. But for as moche as for to ben holden honourable or
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the erthe a-doun, but for as moche as thilke places and thilke
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him. But for as moche as to every wight his owne propre bountee
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6382

They know not al my tregetrye.
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Romaunt of the Rose: 6383

'But for as moche as man and wyf
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Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 5

To knowe the verrey equacioun of the degree of the sonne, yif so be that it falle by-twixe thyn Almikanteras. For as moche as the almikanteras in thyn Astrolabie been compouned by two and two, where-as some almikanteras in sondry Astrolabies ben compouned by on and on, or elles by two and two, it is necessarie to thy lerning to teche thee first to knowe and worke with thyn owne instrument. Wher-for, whan that the ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 15

that other; and I wole conferme the thinges that ben purposed,
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now on this syde and now on that syde. Two thinges ther ben [continues next]
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in whiche the effect of alle the dedes of mankinde standeth, that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 16

now on this syde and now on that syde. Two thinges ther ben
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 362

Thou seydest eek, that ther ben thinges three, [continues next]
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 363

The whiche thinges troublen al this erthe, [continues next]
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in the entree, or in the celere, of Iupiter, ther ben couched two
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 2: 55

tonnes; that on is ful of good, that other is ful of harm? What
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thinges, yif ther be no beautee to ben desyred, why sholdest thou [continues next]
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the whiche names ben ful ofte reproeved by the effecte of the [continues next]
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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he imagineth to ben in thinges with-oute. And thanne alle the [continues next]
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that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche [continues next]
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torments in stede of wikkede felounes. Of alle whiche thinges [continues next]
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ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine, [continues next]
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[continues previous] that other; and I wole conferme the thinges that ben purposed, [continues next]
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[continues previous] now on this syde and now on that syde. Two thinges ther ben [continues next]
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geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1007

Bihoveth it that thinges, whiche that falle, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1008

That they in certayn ben purveyed alle. [continues next]
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in whiche the effect of alle the dedes of mankinde standeth, that
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 363

[continues previous] The whiche thinges troublen al this erthe,
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Melibee's Tale: 39

... nedy and povre. And peraventure Crist hath thee in despit, and hath turned awey fro thee his face and hise eres of misericorde; and also he hath suffred that thou hast been punisshed in the manere that thow hast y-trespassed. Thou hast doon sinne agayn our lord Crist; for certes, the three enemys of mankinde, that is to seyn, the flessh, the feend, and the world, thou hast suffred hem entre in-to thyn herte wilfully by the windowes of thy body, and hast nat defended thy-self suffisantly agayns hir assautes and hir temptaciouns, so that they han wounded thy soule in fyve places; this is to seyn, the deedly sinnes that been ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] acountedest for thyne goodes nas nat thy good. In the whiche
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with-oute youre desertes. For certes, swiche is the condicioun of [continues next]
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alle mankinde, that only whan it hath knowinge of it-selve, than [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges with false names that beren hem alle in the contrarie;
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[continues previous] the whiche names ben ful ofte reproeved by the effecte of the
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 173

[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] principles kindeliche y-hid with-in it-self, alle the trouthe the whiche
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[continues previous] he imagineth to ben in thinges with-oute. And thanne alle the
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[continues previous] that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche
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[continues previous] that the effect nis nat naturelly diverse, nedes the substance mot
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[continues previous] torments in stede of wikkede felounes. Of alle whiche thinges
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[continues previous] that other; and I wole conferme the thinges that ben purposed,
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shewed by forseyde resouns that al the entencioun of the wil of [continues next]
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mankinde, which that is lad by dyverse studies, hasteth to [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 122

[continues previous] geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire,
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[continues previous] biyonde the whiche ende ther nis nothing to desire. Of the
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they weren. But thilke other forme of mankinde, that is to seyn, [continues next]
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the forme of the body with-oute, sheweth yit that thise shrewes [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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the freedom of oure arbitre, that is to seyn, of oure free wil. But [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1007

[continues previous] Bihoveth it that thinges, whiche that falle,
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1008

[continues previous] That they in certayn ben purveyed alle.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 18

is to seyn, wil and power; and yif that oon of thise two fayleth,
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Knight's Tale: 2170

That nedeth, in oon of thise termes two,
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Franklin's Tale: 631

Oon of thise two bihoveth me to chese.
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Melibee's Tale: 39

[continues previous] ... hath thee in despit, and hath turned awey fro thee his face and hise eres of misericorde; and also he hath suffred that thou hast been punisshed in the manere that thow hast y-trespassed. Thou hast doon sinne agayn our lord Crist; for certes, the three enemys of mankinde, that is to seyn, the flessh, the feend, and the world, thou hast suffred hem entre in-to thyn herte wilfully by the windowes of thy body, and hast nat defended thy-self suffisantly agayns hir assautes and hir temptaciouns, so that they han wounded thy soule in fyve places; this is to seyn, the deedly ...
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Second Nun's Tale: 458

Almache answerde, 'chees oon of thise two,
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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 ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] with-oute youre desertes. For certes, swiche is the condicioun of
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nis no wight that undertaketh to don that he wol nat don; and [continues next]
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yif power fayleth, the wil nis but in ydel and stant for naught. [continues next]
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[continues previous] shewed by forseyde resouns that al the entencioun of the wil of
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[continues previous] mankinde, which that is lad by dyverse studies, hasteth to
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[continues previous] they weren. But thilke other forme of mankinde, that is to seyn,
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[continues previous] wrecchednesse, that is to seyn, wil to don yvel and mowinge to don
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 59

[continues previous] the freedom of oure arbitre, that is to seyn, of oure free wil. But
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 34

may nat be universel. Thanne is either the Iugement of resoun [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 19

ther nis nothing that may be don. For yif that wil lakketh, ther
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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 ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 63

enforcen hem to have nede of nothing? Certes, ther nis non other
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thing that may so wel performe blisfulnesse, as an estat plentivous
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 6: 9

maker, thanne nis ther no forlived wight, but-yif he norisshe [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 109

'But he,' quod she, 'that is almighty, ther nis nothing that he
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'That is sooth,' quod I.
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ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine, [continues next]
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[continues previous] nis no wight that undertaketh to don that he wol nat don; and [continues next]
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[continues previous] yif power fayleth, the wil nis but in ydel and stant for naught.
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don yvel. For ther nis no-thing so late in so shorte boundes of [continues next]
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'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that [continues next]
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lakketh alle goodes, so that no good nis medled in his wrecchednesse, [continues next]
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For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 194

by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 195

they ne ben don rightfully and ordenely, to the profit of hem to [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 2: 2

right as thou seyst. But I axe yif ther be any libertee of free wil
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y-graunted and received, that is to seyn, that ther nis no free wille, [continues next]
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how so that this knowinge is universel, yet nis ther no wight that [continues next]
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ne woot wel that a man is a thing imaginable and sensible; and [continues next]
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[continues previous] sooth, ne that ther nis nothing sensible; or elles, for that resoun
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Romaunt of the Rose: 5961

Of which ther nis wight under heven [continues next]
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nis no wight that undertaketh to don that he wol nat don; and
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Merchant's Tale: 799

Swich deintee hath in it to walke and pleye,
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Merchant's Tale: 800

That he wol no wight suffren bere the keye
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... that been nat maried; and this is deedly sinne and agayns nature. Al that is enemy and destruccioun to nature is agayns nature. Parfay, the resoun of a man telleth eek him wel that it is deedly sinne, for-as-muche as god forbad Lecherie. And seint Paul yeveth hem the regne, that nis dewe to no wight but to hem that doon deedly sinne. Another sinne of Lecherie is to bireve a mayden of hir maydenhede; for he that so dooth, certes, he casteth a mayden out of the hyeste degree that is in this present lyf, and bireveth hir thilke precious fruit that the book clepeth 'the hundred ...
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thou thanne that thilke man be mighty, that thou seest that
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he wolde don that he may nat don? And holdest thou thanne
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[continues previous] maker, thanne nis ther no forlived wight, but-yif he norisshe
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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don yvel that may don alle thinges.'
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thou yave me as a covenable yift, that is to seyn, that no wight
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nis blisful but-yif he be god also ther-with. And seidest eek,
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[continues previous] ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine,
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is to seyn, wil and power; and yif that oon of thise two fayleth, [continues next]
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[continues previous] ther nis nothing that may be don. For yif that wil lakketh, ther [continues next]
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[continues previous] don yvel. For ther nis no-thing so late in so shorte boundes of
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[continues previous] 'And what seystow thanne,' quod she, 'of thilke wrecche that
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[continues previous] lakketh alle goodes, so that no good nis medled in his wrecchednesse,
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[continues previous] For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing
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[continues previous] by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that
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[continues previous] they ne ben don rightfully and ordenely, to the profit of hem to
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[continues previous] y-graunted and received, that is to seyn, that ther nis no free wille,
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[continues previous] how so that this knowinge is universel, yet nis ther no wight that
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[continues previous] ne woot wel that a man is a thing imaginable and sensible; and
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Romaunt of the Rose: 5961

[continues previous] Of which ther nis wight under heven
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[continues previous] That can her fadris names neven,
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yif power fayleth, the wil nis but in ydel and stant for naught.
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[continues previous] is to seyn, wil and power; and yif that oon of thise two fayleth,
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[continues previous] ther nis nothing that may be don. For yif that wil lakketh, ther
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And ther-of cometh it, that yif thou see a wight that wolde geten
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He that coveyteth is a povre wight, [continues next]
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For he wolde han that is nat in his might. [continues next]
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thou thanne that thilke man be mighty, that thou seest that [continues next]
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he wolde don that he may nat don? And holdest thou thanne [continues next]
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Boece. 'What seyst thou thanne, yif that a man coveiteth [continues next]
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to geten alle thise thinges to-gider?' [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde [continues next]
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geten him sovereyn blisfulnesse; but that shal he nat finde in [continues next]
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same thing be most desired. As thus: yif that a wight wolde [continues next]
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'And yif thou see a wight,' quod she, 'that hath doon that he [continues next]
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bitydeth it, that yif thou seest a wight that be transformed into [continues next]
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that he may nat geten, thou mayst nat douten that power ne
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Wife of Bath's Tale: 332

[continues previous] For he wolde han that is nat in his might.
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Melibee's Tale: 20

... whan thou biwreyest thy conseil to any wight, he holdeth thee in his snare." And therefore yow is bettre to hyde your conseil in your herte, than praye him, to whom ye han biwreyed your conseil, that he wole kepen it cloos and stille. For Seneca seith: "if so be that thou ne mayst nat thyn owene conseil hyde, how darstou prayen any other wight thy conseil secreely to kepe?" But nathelees, if thou wene sikerly that the biwreying of thy conseil to a persone wol make thy condicioun to stonden in the bettre plyt, thanne shaltou tellen him thy conseil in this wyse. First, ...
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... and to thy conseillours. And certes, thou mayst wel seyn that "nay." For sikerly, as for to speke proprely, we may do no-thing but only swich thing as we may doon rightfully. And certes, rightfully ne mowe ye take no vengeance as of your propre auctoritee. Thanne mowe ye seen, that your power ne consenteth nat ne accordeth nat with your wilfulnesse. Lat us now examine the thridde point that Tullius clepeth "consequent." Thou shalt understonde that the vengeance that thou purposest for to take is the consequent. And ther-of folweth another vengeaunce, peril, and werre; and othere damages with-oute nombre, of whiche we be nat war as at ...
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false opinioun, that mayst thou nat rightfully blamen ne aretten
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ne may nat beneme it thee. And that thou mayst knowe that
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blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous
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[continues previous] thou thanne that thilke man be mighty, that thou seest that
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[continues previous] he wolde don that he may nat don? And holdest thou thanne
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[continues previous] Boece. 'What seyst thou thanne, yif that a man coveiteth
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde
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[continues previous] same thing be most desired. As thus: yif that a wight wolde
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so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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performe that thou bihetest. But I preye thee only this, that
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[continues previous] 'And yif thou see a wight,' quod she, 'that hath doon that he [continues next]
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[continues previous] wolde doon, thou nilt nat douten that he ne hath had power to [continues next]
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[continues previous] bitydeth it, that yif thou seest a wight that be transformed into
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[continues previous] vyces, thou ne mayst nat wene that he be a man.
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that thou ne mayst nat suffyce to mesuren the right wey.'
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wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne
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mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst
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fayleth him to haven that he wolde.'
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'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] wolde doon, thou nilt nat douten that he ne hath had power to
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rightful veniaunce. But this is open thing and cleer, that it is [continues next]
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'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed
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Merchant's Tale: 1118

In swich manere, it may nat ben expressed [continues next]
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so that she was ful of so greet age, that men ne wolde nat trowen, [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so [continues next]
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yit may it nat ben with-holden that it ne goth away whan it wole.
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blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous [continues next]
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ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen
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ther-to may be multiplyed, ne may nat, certes, ben comparisoned
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man forsake, that al thing that is right excellent and noble, that it ne
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semeth to ben right cleer and renomed. For certes, it nedeth nat
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was
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Boece. 'I may nat,' quod I, 'denye it; but I mot graunte
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'I graunte wel,' quod I; 'ne no sother thing ne may ben
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it is cleer and open, thogh it were to
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he shal wel seyn, that the whyte bemes of the sonne ne ben nat
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thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed
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that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben
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'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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'But I preye,' quod she, 'see now how thou mayst proeven, [continues next]
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of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne may nat denye ne withstonde the
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[continues previous] 'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben
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no good in it-self, ne semblaunce of good, it ne may nat wel in [continues next]
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no manere be desired ne requered. And the contrarie: for [continues next]
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'It is shewed,' quod I; 'ne her-of may ther no man douten.'
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I.
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'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she.
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'That may nat be deneyed,' quod I.
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'And I have shewed that god is the same good?'
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'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.'
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'It ne recordeth me nat,' quod I; 'for I have it gretly alwey
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'I ne doute it nat,' quod I.
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partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so, [continues next]
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I wel forsothe, that vicious folk ben wikked, but I ne may nat
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yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis
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alle power oughte ben desired and requered. Than is it open and
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 184

cleer that the power ne the mowinge of shrewes nis no power; and
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mighty, and the shrewes douteles ben unmighty. And it is
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 187

cleer and open that thilke opinioun of Plato is verray and sooth, that
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Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I;
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'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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[continues previous] rightful veniaunce. But this is open thing and cleer, that it is
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'This ne may I nat denye,' quod I.
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naught; but yif this ne may nat ben don, thanne is it nat possible,
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of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it
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nat ben hid fro the purviaunce of god; and in this manere this
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thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled
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science ne may nat ben non other weys than as it is conceived.
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destinee, which that ne may nat ben inclyned, knitteth and streineth
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which that is inestimable, that is to seyn, that it is so greet, that it
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ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is
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strengthe; but the lowere strengthe ne aryseth nat in no manere [continues next]
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al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it [continues next]
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ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But [continues next]
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne
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ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle
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Merchant's Tale: 1118

[continues previous] In swich manere, it may nat ben expressed
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[continues previous] in no manere, that she were of oure elde. The stature of hir was
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous
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[continues previous] no good in it-self, ne semblaunce of good, it ne may nat wel in
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[continues previous] no manere be desired ne requered. And the contrarie: for
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'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his [continues next]
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[continues previous] partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so,
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hap in this manere, that is to seyn, that "hap is bitydinge [continues next]
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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[continues previous] strengthe; but the lowere strengthe ne aryseth nat in no manere
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[continues previous] ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But
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'And yif thou see a wight,' quod she, 'that hath doon that he
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Monk's Tale: 438

That they for hunger wolde doon him dyen. [continues next]
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'Allas!' quod he, 'allas! that I was wroght!' [continues next]
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Of the remedie of thise two sinnes, as seith the wyse man, that 'he that dredeth god, he spareth nat to doon that him oghte doon.' And he that loveth god, he wol doon diligence to plese god by his werkes, and abaundone him-self, with al his might, wel for to doon. Thanne comth ydelnesse, that is the yate of alle harmes. An ydel man is lyk to a place that hath no walles; the develes ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 48

'I have som-what avaunsed and forthered thee,' quod she, 'yif
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 49

that thou anoye nat or forthinke nat of al thy fortune: as who
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that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle
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Philosophie. 'How mochel wilt thou preysen it,' quod she,
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'yif that thou knowe what thilke good is?'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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And ther-of cometh it, that yif thou see a wight that wolde geten [continues next]
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that he may nat geten, thou mayst nat douten that power ne [continues next]
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'I ne doute it nat,' quod I.
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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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[continues previous] to speken right thus. 'Certes,' quod she, 'yif any wight diffinisshe
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ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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'Lo, herte myn, wel wot ye this,' quod she,
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'That if a wight alwey his wo compleyne,
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wolde doon, thou nilt nat douten that he ne hath had power to
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Monk's Tale: 438

[continues previous] That they for hunger wolde doon him dyen.
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Parson's Tale: 57

[continues previous] Of the remedie of thise two sinnes, as seith the wyse man, that 'he that dredeth god, he spareth nat to doon that him oghte doon.' And he that loveth god, he wol doon diligence to plese god by his werkes, and abaundone him-self, with al his might, wel for to doon. Thanne comth ydelnesse, that is the yate of alle harmes. An ydel man is lyk to a place that hath no walles; the develes ...
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that he be mighty, that hath no power to don a thing, that othre [continues next]
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ne may don in him that he doth in othre? And yit more-over, [continues next]
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[continues previous] that he may nat geten, thou mayst nat douten that power ne
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[continues previous] fayleth him to haven that he wolde.'
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He ne hath nat doon so grevously amis
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[continues previous] that he be mighty, that hath no power to don a thing, that othre [continues next]
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[continues previous] that he be mighty, that hath no power to don a thing, that othre
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'And in that that every wight may, in that men may holden
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hoolnesse of thoght, (as who seyth, ben men now so wyse), that [continues next]
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the conseiles of mankinde (as who seyth, that men han no power to [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 7193

And alle with Antecrist they holden, [continues next]
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As men may in the book biholden. [continues next]
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him mighty; as who seyth, in so moche as man is mighty to don a
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But what thing is it that a man may don to another man, that [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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ne may don in him that he doth in othre? And yit more-over, [continues next]
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larger spaces, in so moche as it is forthest fro the middel simplicitee
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[continues previous] hoolnesse of thoght, (as who seyth, ben men now so wyse), that
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[continues previous] the conseiles of mankinde (as who seyth, that men han no power to
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Romaunt of the Rose: 7194

[continues previous] As men may in the book biholden.
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Among the peple, as who seyth, halwed is;
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For that man is unbore, I dar wel swere,
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thing, in so mochel men halt him mighty; and in that that he ne
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[continues previous] But what thing is it that a man may don to another man, that
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[continues previous] that he be mighty, that hath no power to don a thing, that othre
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[continues previous] ne may don in him that he doth in othre? And yit more-over,
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'I confesse it wel,' quod I.
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'I am a gentil womman born,' quod she. [continues next]
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'I axe thee,' quod he, 'thogh it thee greve, [continues next]
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mortal beest? I woot wel, and I confesse wel that I am it.'
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cruel harmes. Certes, thee remembreth wel, as I trowe, that [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was [continues next]
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'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen [continues next]
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'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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'Have I nat shewed thee,' quod she, 'that the thinges that ben [continues next]
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is [continues next]
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Boece. 'Now confesse I wel,' quod I, 'that I see now wel [continues next]
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'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is [continues next]
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'Me remembreth it wel,' quod I; 'and I confesse wel that I [continues next]
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ne wiste it naught. But al-be-it so that I see now from a-fer [continues next]
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'It remembreth me wel,' quod I, 'that it hath ben shewed.' [continues next]
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Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I; [continues next]
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'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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'Remembreth thee,' quod she, 'that I have gadered and
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[continues previous] 'I am a gentil womman born,' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'I axe thee,' quod he, 'thogh it thee greve,
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[continues previous] cruel harmes. Certes, thee remembreth wel, as I trowe, that
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was
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[continues previous] 'Forsothe,' quod she, 'than nedeth ther som-what that every
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[continues previous] 'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'for as mochel as thou hast knowen
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[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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[continues previous] 'Have I nat shewed thee,' quod she, 'that the thinges that ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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[continues previous] Boece. 'Now confesse I wel,' quod I, 'that I see now wel
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Me remembreth it wel,' quod I; 'and I confesse wel that I
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'That may nat be deneyed,' quod I. [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed that god is the same good?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'It remembreth me wel,' quod I, 'that it hath ben shewed.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I;
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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] 'Than,' quod she, 'by these causes and by othre causes that
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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shewed by forseyde resouns that al the entencioun of the wil of
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[continues previous] 'Have I nat shewed thee,' quod she, 'that the thinges that ben
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed that god is the same good?'
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in whiche the effect of alle the dedes of mankinde standeth, that [continues next]
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is to seyn, wil and power; and yif that oon of thise two fayleth, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'It remembreth me wel,' quod I, 'that it hath ben shewed.'
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mankinde, which that is lad by dyverse studies, hasteth to
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[continues previous] in whiche the effect of alle the dedes of mankinde standeth, that
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[continues previous] is to seyn, wil and power; and yif that oon of thise two fayleth,
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comen to blisfulnesse?'
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'Thus see I wel,' quod I, 'either what blisfulnesse or elles [continues next]
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'It remembreth me wel,' quod I, 'that it hath ben shewed.'
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as thou thy-self art he, to whom it hath ben shewed and proved [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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recordeth, as men recorden thinges that ben foryeten.' [continues next]
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'Have I nat shewed thee,' quod she, 'that the thinges that ben [continues next]
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oughten ben requered or desired.'
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'It is shewed,' quod I; 'ne her-of may ther no man douten.' [continues next]
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'Me remembreth it wel,' quod I; 'and I confesse wel that I
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requerest, of which thou ne haddest no minde: "but now it
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remembreth me wel, heer was I born, heer wol I fastne my
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'Remembreth thee,' quod she, 'that I have gadered and [continues next]
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shewed by forseyde resouns that al the entencioun of the wil of [continues next]
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ben blisful, and shrewes ben wrecches?' [continues next]
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worthy of torment, that they ne ben wrecches?' [continues next]
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'It acordeth wel,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'Thus see I wel,' quod I, 'either what blisfulnesse or elles
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ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle [continues next]
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] as thou thy-self art he, to whom it hath ben shewed and proved
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that ther be defaute of manye goodes, sheweth it nat thanne [continues next]
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cleerly that fals beautee of blisfulnesse is knowen and ateint in [continues next]
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'And was nat that,' quod she, 'for that thee lakked som-what
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing [continues next]
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.'
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'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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of the false blisfulnesse. For but-yif I be bigyled, thanne [continues next]
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is thilke the verray blisfulnesse parfit, that parfitly maketh a [continues next]
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely [continues next]
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where thou mowe seke thilke verray blisfulnesse.' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'that desire I greetly, and have abiden longe [continues next]
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of soverein parfit good. And we han establisshed that the [continues next]
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soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be, [continues next]
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him-self, and thilke blisfulnesse that is in him, weren dyvers in [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'But we han graunted,' quod she, 'that the [continues next]
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that thilke same soverein good be god.' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne may nat denye ne withstonde the [continues next]
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[continues previous] ferme by resoun; ne a more worthy thing than god may nat
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[continues previous] 'Up-on thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'right as thise geometriens,
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'Have I nat iuged,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse is good?' [continues next]
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'Yis, forsothe,' quod I; 'and that soverein good.' [continues next]
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'Adde thanne,' quod she, 'thilke good, that is maked blisfulnesse, [continues next]
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to alle the forseide thinges; for thilke same blisfulnesse [continues next]
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that is demed to ben soverein suffisaunce, thilke selve is soverein [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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is cause for which men requeren any thing, it semeth that thilke [continues next]
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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[continues previous] every wight lerneth, he ne doth no-thing elles thanne but
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[continues previous] recordeth, as men recorden thinges that ben foryeten.'
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Philosophie. 'How mochel wilt thou preysen it,' quod she, [continues next]
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'yif that thou knowe what thilke good is?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Have I nat shewed thee,' quod she, 'that the thinges that ben
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[continues previous] 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that ne ben no goodes
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'Is ther any-thing thanne,' quod she, 'that, in as moche as it [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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good thanne mayst thou descryven right thus: good is thilke [continues next]
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Have I nat noumbred and seyd,' quod she, 'that suffisaunce is in [continues next]
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blisfulnesse, and we han acorded that god is thilke same [continues next]
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'And that, to governe this world,' quod she, 'ne shal he never [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she; [continues next]
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'sin he, which that we han acorded to be good, governeth alle [continues next]
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.' [continues next]
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'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature, [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.' [continues next]
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'Thanne is ther no-thing,' quod she, 'that either wole or may [continues next]
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'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle [continues next]
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that the forme of good is the substaunce of god and of blisfulnesse; [continues next]
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and seidest, that thilke same oon is thilke same good, that is [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Remembreth thee,' quod she, 'that I have gadered and
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'It ne recordeth me nat,' quod I; 'for I have it gretly alwey
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I desire to herkne it more pleynly of thee.'
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'Thou wilt nat thanne deneye,' quod she, 'that the moevement
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'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office [continues next]
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'I ne doute it nat,' quod I.
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men
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I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which [continues next]
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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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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'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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'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men
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[continues previous] Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne
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[continues previous] ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle
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is thilke same good that men requeren; so that, whan that
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[continues previous] 'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?'
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enformen thee thilke false cause of blisfulnesse that thou more [continues next]
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knowest; so that, whan thou hast fully bi-holden thilke false [continues next]
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[continues previous] cleerly that fals beautee of blisfulnesse is knowen and ateint in
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[continues previous] 'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing
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[continues previous] 'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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[continues previous] is thilke the verray blisfulnesse parfit, that parfitly maketh a
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[continues previous] 'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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[continues previous] where thou mowe seke thilke verray blisfulnesse.'
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[continues previous] soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be,
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[continues previous] him-self, and thilke blisfulnesse that is in him, weren dyvers in
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'But we han graunted,' quod she, 'that the
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[continues previous] that thilke same soverein good be god.'
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[continues previous] 'Have I nat iuged,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse is good?'
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[continues previous] 'Yis, forsothe,' quod I; 'and that soverein good.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Adde thanne,' quod she, 'thilke good, that is maked blisfulnesse, [continues next]
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[continues previous] to alle the forseide thinges; for thilke same blisfulnesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is demed to ben soverein suffisaunce, thilke selve is soverein [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke 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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[continues previous] desired of alle folk more thanne the same good. But we han [continues next]
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'yif that thou knowe what thilke good is?'
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wirkinge, so that thilke thing that is suffisaunce, thilke same be
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[continues previous] 'Is ther any-thing thanne,' quod she, 'that, in as moche as it
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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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[continues previous] Have I nat noumbred and seyd,' quod she, 'that suffisaunce is in
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse, and we han acorded that god is thilke same
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[continues previous] 'And that, to governe this world,' quod she, 'ne shal he never
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she;
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[continues previous] 'sin he, which that we han acorded to be good, governeth alle
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature,
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is ther no-thing,' quod she, 'that either wole or may
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[continues previous] with-stonden to this soverein good?'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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[continues previous] and seidest, that thilke same oon is thilke same good, that is [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office
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[continues previous] nothing is so mighty as soverein good.'
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[continues previous] 'And thilke same soverein good may don non yvel?'
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[continues previous] I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which [continues next]
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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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] '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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blisfulnesse is requered of alle, that good also is requered and
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[continues previous] enformen thee thilke false cause of blisfulnesse that thou more
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[continues previous] 'Adde thanne,' quod she, 'thilke good, that is maked blisfulnesse,
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[continues previous] to alle the forseide thinges; for thilke same blisfulnesse
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no manere be desired ne requered. And the contrarie: for [continues next]
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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oughten ben requered or desired.' [continues next]
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'It is shewed,' quod I; 'ne her-of may ther no man douten.' [continues next]
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that good is thilke thing that is desired of alle, thanne [continues next]
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[continues previous] and seidest, that thilke same oon is thilke same good, that is [continues next]
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[continues previous] requered and desired of alle the kinde of thinges. And thou [continues next]
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alle power oughte ben desired and requered. Than is it open and [continues next]
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[continues previous] I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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alle thinges ben requered for the grace of good, they ne ben nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] desired of alle folk more thanne the same good. But we han [continues next]
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse is requered and desired. By whiche thing it sheweth [continues next]
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[continues previous] that good is thilke thing that is desired of alle, thanne
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[continues previous] requered and desired of alle the kinde of thinges. And thou
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of goinge ne be the office of feet?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] nat yvel of the noumbir of thinges that oughte ben desired. But [continues next]
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[continues previous] alle power oughte ben desired and requered. Than is it open and [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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'It ne recordeth me nat,' quod I; 'for I have it gretly alwey
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was
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[continues previous] no manere be desired ne requered. And the contrarie: for
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[continues previous] alle thinges ben requered for the grace of good, they ne ben nat
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse is requered and desired. By whiche thing it sheweth
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[continues previous] 'It is shewed,' quod I; 'ne her-of may ther no man douten.'
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'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.'
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'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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[continues previous] alle power oughte ben desired and requered. Than is it open and
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Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I;
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'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne
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'I acorde me,' quod I; 'but I desire gretly that shrewes
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[continues previous] the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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'Alle folk thanne,' quod she, 'goode and eek badde, enforcen
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'thou wost wel whennes that alle thinges
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diverse weyes, but natheles they enforcen hem alle to comen only [continues next]
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his hous. Semeth it thanne that folk folyen and erren that
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enforcen hem to have nede of nothing? Certes, ther nis non other
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'That is sooth,' quod I.
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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'Ye, for sothe,' quod I.
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'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke
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good thanne mayst thou descryven right thus: good is thilke
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Thanne seyde she: 'sin thou felest thus thise thinges,' quod
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'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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or knowen the gode folk and the badde; may he thanne knowen
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and seen thilke innereste atempraunce of corages, as it hath ben
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Of alle servants, bothe goode and badde; [continues next]
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And leest worthy of alle hem, I am he. [continues next]
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hem with-oute difference of entencioun to comen to good?'
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[continues previous] diverse weyes, but natheles they enforcen hem alle to comen only
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[continues previous] to oon ende of blisfulnesse. And blisfulnesse is swiche a good,
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entencioun ledeth you to thilke verray good, but many maner [continues next]
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same thinges, as I have taught thee, hasten hem by naturel
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entencioun to comen to good: ther may no man douten that they
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feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen
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to that hir naturel entencioun ledeth hem, and yit almost thilke
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[continues previous] And leest worthy of alle hem, I am he.
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'This is a verray consequence,' quod I.
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'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte [continues next]
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[continues previous] entencioun ledeth you to thilke verray good, but many maner
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'Certes,' quod she, 'and he that hath lakke or nede of aught [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. [continues next]
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [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, 'moten we nedes graunten and confessen [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?' [continues next]
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'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben [continues next]
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'But,' quod she, 'I am certein, by many resouns, that shrewes [continues next]
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'Than,' quod she, 'by these causes and by othre causes that [continues next]
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'Forsothe, this is a ful verray resoun,' quod I; 'and yif I consider [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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'And why so, uncle myn? why so?' quod she. [continues next]
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'By god,' quod he, 'that wole I telle as blyve; [continues next]
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'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben
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[continues previous] 'To thilke verray welefulnesse,' quod she, 'of whiche thyn herte
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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 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] '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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or a mede of coroune. For-why, for as moche as by the getinge [continues next]
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of blisfulnesse men ben maked blisful, and blisfulnesse is [continues next]
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divinitee: thanne is it manifest and open, that by the getinge [continues next]
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of divinitee men ben maked blisful. Right as by the getinge [continues next]
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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,
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by the getinge of unitee, that they ben maked goodes?'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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[continues previous] 'By whiche governement,' quod she, 'that this world is
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wrecchednesse is with-outen ende, the whiche is certein to ben
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben
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[continues previous] 'But,' quod she, 'I am certein, by many resouns, that shrewes
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[continues previous] 'Than,' quod she, 'by these causes and by othre causes that
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[continues previous] 'Forsothe, this is a ful verray resoun,' quod I; 'and yif I consider
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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thinges that ben y-maked by quantitee of tyme, but rather by [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'And why so, uncle myn? why so?' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'By god,' quod he, 'that wole I telle as blyve;
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[continues previous] of blisfulnesse men ben maked blisful, and blisfulnesse is
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[continues previous] of divinitee men ben maked blisful. Right as by the getinge
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[continues previous] thinges that ben y-maked by quantitee of tyme, but rather by
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'This is certein,' quod I.
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?' [continues next]
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'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren [continues next]
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wrecchednesse is with-outen ende, the whiche is certein to ben
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'Certes,' quod I, 'this conclusioun is hard and wonderful to
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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'Thanne geten goode men that they desiren?'
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... Crist, as seith seint Paul ad Philipenses secundo, 'In nomine Iesu, &c.: that in the name of Iesu every knee of hevenely creatures, or erthely, or of helle sholden bowe'; for it is so heigh and so worshipful, that the cursede feend in helle sholde tremblen to heren it y-nempned. Thanne semeth it, that men that sweren so horribly by his blessed name, that they despyse him more boldely than dide the cursede Iewes, or elles the devel, that trembleth whan he hereth his name. [continues next]
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this
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'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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by the getinge of unitee, that they ben maked goodes?' [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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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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they desiren, they ne mowe nat be wikkede?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren [continues next]
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[continues previous] good; and the goode folk geten good, and nat the wikke folk; [continues next]
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good that they desiren; but they ne geten ne ateinen nat ther-to,
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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alle thinges that men may desiren? Thanne sholde ther be doon
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'So semeth it,' quod I.
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[continues previous] ... as seith seint Paul ad Philipenses secundo, 'In nomine Iesu, &c.: that in the name of Iesu every knee of hevenely creatures, or erthely, or of helle sholden bowe'; for it is so heigh and so worshipful, that the cursede feend in helle sholde tremblen to heren it y-nempned. Thanne semeth it, that men that sweren so horribly by his blessed name, that they despyse him more boldely than dide the cursede Iewes, or elles the devel, that trembleth whan he hereth his name.
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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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'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many [continues next]
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'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she. [continues next]
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'Yif alle thise thinges,' quod she, 'weren membres to felicitee, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren [continues next]
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'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that any good were added to the [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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'But,' quod she, 'I am certein, by many resouns, that shrewes [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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'It semeth,' quod I, 'to repugnen and to contrarien greetly, [continues next]
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'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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preysinges. And yif that folk han geten hem thonk or preysinge
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misledinges to blisfulnesse, ne that they ne mowe nat leden [continues next]
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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] 'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this
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[continues previous] 'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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[continues previous] 'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Yif alle thise thinges,' quod she, 'weren membres to felicitee,
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Philosophie. 'How mochel wilt thou preysen it,' quod she,
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'yif that thou knowe what thilke good is?'
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[continues previous] 'But al thing that is good,' quod she, 'grauntest thou that it be
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'Thanne geten goode men that they desiren?' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren [continues next]
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[continues previous] good; and the goode folk geten good, and nat the wikke folk; [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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good that they desiren; but they ne geten ne ateinen nat ther-to, [continues next]
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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] 'But,' quod she, 'may any man denye that al that is right nis
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[continues previous] 'But,' quod she, 'I am certein, by many resouns, that shrewes
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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] 'But this is the fortune,' quod she, 'of hem that either ben put [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'It semeth,' quod I, 'to repugnen and to contrarien greetly,
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they desiren, they ne mowe nat be wikkede?'
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... pasture of lambes, that is, the blisse of hevene. Now comth hasardrye with hise apurtenaunces, as tables and rafles; of which comth deceite, false othes, chydinges, and alle ravines, blaspheminge and reneyinge of god, and hate of hise neighebores, wast of godes, misspendinge of tyme, and somtyme manslaughtre. Certes, hasardours ne mowe nat been with-outen greet sinne whyles they haunte that craft. Of avarice comen eek lesinges, thefte, fals witnesse, and false othes. And ye shul understonde that thise been grete sinnes, and expres agayn the comaundements of god, as I have seyd. Fals witnesse is in word and eek in dede. In ...
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... by resoun. She sholde eek serven him in alle honestee, and been attempree of hir array. I wot wel that they sholde setten hir entente to plesen hir housbondes, but nat by hir queyntise of array. Seint Ierome seith, that wyves that been apparailled in silk and in precious purpre ne mowe nat clothen hem in Iesu Crist. What seith seint Iohn eek in this matere? Seint Gregorie eek seith, that no wight seketh precious array but only for veyne glorie, to been honoured the more biforn the peple. It is a greet folye, a womman to have a fair array outward and ...
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men ne mowe nat deyen in no wyse; and eek sin it is cleer and
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[continues previous] misledinges to blisfulnesse, ne that they ne mowe nat leden
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[continues previous] folk thider as they biheten to leden hem. But with how grete
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren
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[continues previous] good that they desiren; but they ne geten ne ateinen nat ther-to,
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that hap be anything, what is it?' [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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[continues previous] 'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'so as he that is mighty to doon only but [continues next]
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'Thus is it,' quod I. 'But so as thou hast yeven or bi-hight [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne quod she, 'I haste me to yilden and assoilen to thee [continues next]
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'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren
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[continues previous] 'Thanne desiredest thou the presence of that oon and the
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[continues previous] 'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun, [continues next]
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that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche [continues next]
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'That is sooth,' quod I.
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature,
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'so as he that is mighty to doon only but
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good that they desiren; but they ne geten ne ateinen nat ther-to, [continues next]
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thus is it,' quod I. 'But so as thou hast yeven or bi-hight
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[continues previous] 'Wiltow thanne,' quod she, 'that I aproche a litel to the wordes
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[continues previous] Thanne quod she, 'I haste me to yilden and assoilen to thee
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But goode folk, over al other, [continues next]
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She loved as man may do his brother; [continues next]
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good; and the goode folk geten good, and nat the wikke folk;
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seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that [continues next]
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[continues previous] that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche
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[continues previous] 'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is
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[continues previous] 'Thanne geten goode men that they desiren?'
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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thanne nis it no doute that the goode folk ne ben mighty and [continues next]
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the wikkede folk ben feble?'
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[continues previous] good that they desiren; but they ne geten ne ateinen nat ther-to,
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of goode folk swich that no day shal enpeiren it, ne no wikkednesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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[continues previous] But goode folk, over al other,
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thanne nis it no doute that the goode folk ne ben mighty and
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han dignitees ofte tyme, than sheweth it wel that dignitees and
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powers ne ben nat goode of hir owne kinde; sin that they suffren
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Now is it no doute thanne that thise weyes ne ben a maner
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it nis no doute, that it is right worthy to
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veyn and inparfit, ther may no man doute that ther nis som
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[continues previous] seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But [continues next]
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whos regne I speke, that certes the gode folk ben alwey mighty, [continues next]
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and shrewes ben alwey out-cast and feble; ne the vyces ne ben [continues next]
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'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk [continues next]
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ben alwey stronge and mighty, and the shrewes ben feble and [continues next]
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desert and naked of alle strengthes. And of thise thinges, certes, [continues next]
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[continues previous] good; and the goode folk geten good, and nat the wikke folk; [continues next]
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and continuel resouns. For loke now how greetly sheweth the [continues next]
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feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen [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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mighty, and the shrewes douteles ben unmighty. And it is [continues next]
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this sheweth it wel, that to goode folk ne lakketh never-mo hir [continues next]
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medes, ne shrewes lakken never-mo torments. For of alle thinges [continues next]
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maked blisful for they ben goode; and thilke folk that ben blisful, [continues next]
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[continues previous] it acordeth and is covenable to ben goddes. Thanne is the mede [continues next]
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[continues previous] of goode folk swich that no day shal enpeiren it, ne no wikkednesse
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bountee and prowesse ben the mede to goode folk, al-so is [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that
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they ne ben don rightfully and ordenely, to the profit of hem to
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'Religious folk ben ful covert; [continues next]
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Seculer folk ben more appert. [continues next]
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the wikkede folk ben feble?'
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[continues previous] seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that
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[continues previous] whos regne I speke, that certes the gode folk ben alwey mighty, [continues next]
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[continues previous] and shrewes ben alwey out-cast and feble; ne the vyces ne ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk
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[continues previous] ben alwey stronge and mighty, and the shrewes ben feble and
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'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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[continues previous] good; and the goode folk geten good, and nat the wikke folk;
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[continues previous] and continuel resouns. For loke now how greetly sheweth the
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[continues previous] feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen
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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] mighty, and the shrewes douteles ben unmighty. And it is
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[continues previous] this sheweth it wel, that to goode folk ne lakketh never-mo hir
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[continues previous] maked blisful for they ben goode; and thilke folk that ben blisful,
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[continues previous] bountee and prowesse ben the mede to goode folk, al-so is
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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[continues previous] 'Religious folk ben ful covert;
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[continues previous] Seculer folk ben more appert.
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'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat
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... alwey that he may do thing that he may nat do. And secoundely, he that is irous and wroth, he ne may nat wel deme; and he that may nat wel deme, may nat wel conseille. The thridde is this; that "he that is irous and wrooth," as seith Senek, "ne may nat speke but he blame thinges;" and with his viciouse wordes he stireth other folk to angre and to ire. And eek sir, ye moste dryve coveitise out of your herte. For the apostle seith, that "coveitise is rote of alle harmes." And trust wel that a coveitous man ne can noght deme ne ... [continues next]
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thing is that is cleped inparfit. For the nature of thinges ne [continues next]
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took nat hir beginninge of thinges amenused and inparfit, but [continues next]
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben [continues next]
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'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid
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of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which [continues next]
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thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif [continues next]
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that contenede that he hath conioined and y-bounde. Ne the [continues next]
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certein ordre of nature ne sholde nat bringe forth so ordenee [continues next]
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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[continues previous] whos regne I speke, that certes the gode folk ben alwey mighty,
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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'Knit forth the remenaunt,' quod I; 'for no wight ne douteth
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that he that may gon by naturel office of feet ne be more mighty
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ever is entecched and defouled with peyne, he ne douteth nat,
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that he is entecched and defouled with yvel. Yif shrewes thanne
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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eschuen and declynen fro vyces and taken the wey of vertu.'
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'This ne may I nat denye,' quod I.
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of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the [continues next]
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nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges [continues next]
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considere the nature of thinges ne the consequence of resouns.'
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[continues previous] ... he may nat do. And secoundely, he that is irous and wroth, he ne may nat wel deme; and he that may nat wel deme, may nat wel conseille. The thridde is this; that "he that is irous and wrooth," as seith Senek, "ne may nat speke but he blame thinges;" and with his viciouse wordes he stireth other folk to angre and to ire. And eek sir, ye moste dryve coveitise out of your herte. For the apostle seith, that "coveitise is rote of alle harmes." And trust wel that a coveitous man ne can noght deme ne thinke, but ...
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[continues previous] thing is that is cleped inparfit. For the nature of thinges ne
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[continues previous] good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben
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[continues previous] prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self
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[continues previous] nothing nis more worth. For alwey, of alle thinges, the nature
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[continues previous] of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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[continues previous] thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif
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[continues previous] that contenede that he hath conioined and y-bounde. Ne the
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[continues previous] certein ordre of nature ne sholde nat bringe forth so ordenee
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[continues previous] parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.'
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[continues previous] of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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[continues previous] present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the
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[continues previous] nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges
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And over this quod she, 'yif that ther be two thinges that
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... a gentil man, that after god and good conscience, alle thinges left, ne dooth his diligence and bisinesse to kepen his good name. And Cassidore seith: that "it is signe of a gentil herte, whan a man loveth and desyreth to han a good name." And therfore seith seint Augustin: that "ther been two thinges that arn necessarie and nedefulle, and that is good conscience and good loos; that is to seyn, good conscience to thyn owene persone inward, and good loos for thy neighebore outward." And he that trusteth him so muchel in his gode conscience, that he displeseth and setteth at noght his gode ...
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'I have som-what avaunsed and forthered thee,' quod she, 'yif
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that thou anoye nat or forthinke nat of al thy fortune: as who
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thinges, yif ther be no beautee to ben desyred, why sholdest thou
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blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that [continues next]
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thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and [continues next]
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'Loke now,' quod she, 'yif this be proved yit more fermely
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'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she.
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'Yif alle thise thinges,' quod she, 'weren membres to felicitee,
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Philosophie. 'How mochel wilt thou preysen it,' quod she,
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'yif that thou knowe what thilke good is?'
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that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche [continues next]
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that the effect nis nat naturelly diverse, nedes the substance mot [continues next]
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And thanne seide she thus: 'yif thou loke,' quod she, 'first
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the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that any good were added to the
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'Ne it nis no mervaile,' quod she, 'though that men wenen that
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ther be somewhat folissh and confuse, whan the resoun of the
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han oo same purpose by kinde, and that oon of hem pursueth
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[continues previous] blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that
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[continues previous] that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche
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that the forme of good is the substaunce of god and of blisfulnesse; [continues next]
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and seidest, that thilke same oon is thilke same good, that is [continues next]
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hem by entrechaungeable mutacioun; and thilke same [continues next]
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and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that
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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 ... [continues next]
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken [continues next]
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vilenye. And for as mochel as thou mowe knowe that thilke [continues next]
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that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the forme of good is the substaunce of god and of blisfulnesse;
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[continues previous] and seidest, that thilke same oon is thilke same good, that is
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other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other [continues next]
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'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office [continues next]
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goth upon his feet, and another, to whom thilke naturel office of [continues next]
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that he that may gon by naturel office of feet ne be more mighty [continues next]
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to the gode folk and to badde, the gode folk seken it by naturel
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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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to geten thilke same soverein good. Trowestow that it be any [continues next]
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feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen [continues next]
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to that hir naturel entencioun ledeth hem, and yit almost thilke [continues next]
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that he forleteth naturel ordre, he forleteth thilke thing that is set
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[continues previous] hem by entrechaungeable mutacioun; and thilke same
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that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat [continues next]
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bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and [continues next]
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other
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[continues previous] 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 ...
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[continues previous] resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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[continues previous] vilenye. And for as mochel as thou mowe knowe that thilke
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[continues previous] verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie
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[continues previous] thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed
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[continues previous] that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle
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folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro [continues next]
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[continues previous] and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that
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[continues previous] other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other
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[continues previous] 'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office
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[continues previous] of goinge ne be the office of feet?'
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[continues previous] goth upon his feet, and another, to whom thilke naturel office of
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[continues previous] 'Knit forth the remenaunt,' quod I; 'for no wight ne douteth
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[continues previous] that he that may gon by naturel office of feet ne be more mighty
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[continues previous] dyverse coveityse of erthely thinges, which that nis no naturel office
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[continues previous] to geten thilke same soverein good. Trowestow that it be any
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[continues previous] feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen
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[continues previous] to that hir naturel entencioun ledeth hem, and yit almost thilke
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goodnesse is al oon. And in this manere it folweth thanne, that al [continues next]
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[continues previous] that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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manere thanne is convenable to nature, him that acomplissheth
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[continues previous] same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne
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his purpos kindely, and yit he ne acomplissheth nat his owne [continues next]
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[continues previous] goodnesse is al oon. And in this manere it folweth thanne, that al
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his purpos kindely, and yit he ne acomplissheth nat his owne
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considere, that moneye ne hath nat in his owne kinde that it
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[continues previous] manere thanne is convenable to nature, him that acomplissheth [continues next]
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[continues previous] his purpos kindely, and yit he ne acomplissheth nat his owne [continues next]
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[continues previous] purpos: whether of thise two demestow for more mighty?' [continues next]
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yif ye axen the deeth, it hasteth him of his owne wil; ne deeth [continues next]
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ne tarieth nat his swifte hors. And the men that the serpent and [continues next]
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purpos: whether of thise two demestow for more mighty?'
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[continues previous] his purpos kindely, and yit he ne acomplissheth nat his owne
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[continues previous] yif ye axen the deeth, it hasteth him of his owne wil; ne deeth
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'What doute is that?' quod she. 'For certes, I coniecte now [continues next]
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'Yif that I coniecte,' quod I, 'that thou wolt seye, algates yit
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But o thing warne I thee, I wol nat Iape, [continues next]
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Thou wolt algates wite how we ben shape; [continues next]
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Thou shalt her-afterward, my brother dere,
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but I desire for to herkne that thou shewe it me.' [continues next]
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what thou purposest, algates, I desire yit to herkene it of thee [continues next]
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thanne wolt thou seye now that that is the contree that thou
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[continues previous] 'What doute is that?' quod she. 'For certes, I coniecte now
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That hardely thou wolt thy-selven seye,
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That hir a-bood the beste is for yow tweye.
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I desire to herkne it more pleynly of thee.'
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[continues previous] But o thing warne I thee, I wol nat Iape,
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'I have som-what avaunsed and forthered thee,' quod she, 'yif [continues next]
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[continues previous] but I desire for to herkne that thou shewe it me.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] what thou purposest, algates, I desire yit to herkene it of thee
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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
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'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?'
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[continues previous] 'I have som-what avaunsed and forthered thee,' quod she, 'yif
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[continues previous] that thou anoye nat or forthinke nat of al thy fortune: as who
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thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.'
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'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be
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[continues previous] but I desire for to herkne that thou shewe it me.'
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[continues previous] 'Thou ne wendest nat,' quod she, 'a litel her-biforn, that men
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.'
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'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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'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
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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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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'Thanne ne doutestow nat,' quod she, 'that thilke folk that ben
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of goinge nis in men by kinde?'
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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'No, forsothe,' quod I.
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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so [continues next]
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'I nas nat deceived,' quod she, 'that ther ne faileth somwhat, [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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'But for as mochel as thou shalt nat wenen', quod she, 'that I [continues next]
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'Forsothe,' quod she, 'than nedeth ther som-what that every [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that [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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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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'I graunte wel,' quod I; 'ne no sother thing ne may ben [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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'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne may nat denye ne withstonde the [continues next]
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is [continues next]
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'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende [continues next]
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'Thou ne wendest nat,' quod she, 'a litel her-biforn, that men [continues next]
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'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she. [continues next]
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'That may nat be deneyed,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and [continues next]
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Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I; [continues next]
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'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne [continues next]
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'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben [continues next]
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'Whan I consider thy resouns,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat that [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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'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?' [continues next]
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'No, forsothe,' quod I.
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'Ne wolt thou nat,' quod he, this cruel man, [continues next]
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'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so
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sey me this: sin that thou ne doutest nat that this world be
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[continues previous] 'I nas nat deceived,' quod she, 'that ther ne faileth somwhat,
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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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she hath forsaken thee, ne ther nis no man siker that she ne
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Holdestow than thilke welefulnesse precious to thee that shal
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[continues previous] 'But for as mochel as thou shalt nat wenen', quod she, 'that I
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[continues previous] 'Forsothe,' quod she, 'than nedeth ther som-what that every
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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] 'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken
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[continues previous] 'I graunte wel,' quod I; 'ne no sother thing ne may ben
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[continues previous] 'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne may nat denye ne withstonde the
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[continues previous] 'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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'And I have shewed,' quod she, 'that thilke same oon is
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[continues previous] 'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende
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[continues previous] 'Thou ne wendest nat,' quod she, 'a litel her-biforn, that men
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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[continues previous] so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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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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and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that [continues next]
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other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other [continues next]
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'Thou wilt nat thanne deneye,' quod she, 'that the moevement [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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[continues previous] goth upon his feet, and another, to whom thilke naturel office of [continues next]
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that he that may gon by naturel office of feet ne be more mighty [continues next]
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dyverse coveityse of erthely thinges, which that nis no naturel office [continues next]
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to geten thilke same soverein good. Trowestow that it be any [continues next]
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[continues previous] Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I;
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[continues previous] 'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne
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'Certes,' quod she, 'ne is nis nat leveful to hem, as I shal wel
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben
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[continues previous] 'Whan I consider thy resouns,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat that
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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] 'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?'
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[continues previous] She axeth grace, and seith al that she can.
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[continues previous] 'Ne wolt thou nat,' quod he, this cruel man,
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of goinge ne be the office of feet?'
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[continues previous] other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other
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[continues previous] goth upon his feet, and another, to whom thilke naturel office of
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[continues previous] that he that may gon by naturel office of feet ne be more mighty [continues next]
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[continues previous] dyverse coveityse of erthely thinges, which that nis no naturel office
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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'I ne doute it nat,' 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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Physician's Tale: 237

'No, certes, dere doghter myn,' quod he. [continues next]
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Physician's Tale: 238

'Thanne yif me leyser, fader myn,' quod she, [continues next]
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Shipman's Tale: 119

That I was born," but to no wight,' quod she, [continues next]
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'Dar I nat telle how that it stant with me. [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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'I have som-what avaunsed and forthered thee,' quod she, 'yif [continues next]
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that thou anoye nat or forthinke nat of al thy fortune: as who [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was [continues next]
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'Thanne may nat richesses maken that a man nis nedy, ne that [continues next]
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Now is it no doute thanne that thise weyes ne ben a maner [continues next]
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he, that hath nede of power, that him ne lakketh no-thing?' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be 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. [continues next]
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'This thing thanne,' quod she, 'that ne hath nede of no [continues next]
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thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.' [continues next]
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'Thanne moten we graunte,' quod she, 'that this thing be [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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'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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'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she. [continues next]
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'Yif alle thise thinges,' quod she, 'weren membres to felicitee, [continues next]
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'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun, [continues next]
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'ne ther-of thar thee nat doute. Now [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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And thanne seide she thus: 'yif thou loke,' quod she, 'first [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never [continues next]
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'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she. [continues next]
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'That may nat be deneyed,' quod I. [continues next]
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.' [continues next]
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'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature, [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his [continues next]
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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Thanne seyde she thus: 'I ne scorne thee nat, ne pleye, ne [continues next]
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so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed
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'And yif thou see a wight,' quod she, 'that hath doon that he [continues next]
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'Remembreth thee,' quod she, 'that I have gadered and [continues next]
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'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'It ne recordeth me nat,' quod I; 'for I have it gretly alwey [continues next]
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'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thou wilt nat thanne deneye,' quod she, 'that the moevement [continues next]
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'Ne thou ne doutest nat,' quod she, 'that thilke naturel office [continues next]
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[continues previous] that he that may gon by naturel office of feet ne be more mighty
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'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men [continues next]
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Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I; [continues next]
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'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne [continues next]
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [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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[continues previous] the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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[continues previous] 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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'I ne doute nat,' quod I, 'that I nolde don suffisaunt satisfaccioun [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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that hap be anything, what is it?' [continues next]
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Thanne quod she, 'I haste me to yilden and assoilen to thee [continues next]
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to speken right thus. 'Certes,' quod she, 'yif any wight diffinisshe [continues next]
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'Thanne ayeinward,' quod she, 'I suppose that ther be prescience, [continues next]
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne [continues next]
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ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'yif that a wight be mighty to moeve and
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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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Physician's Tale: 237

[continues previous] 'No, certes, dere doghter myn,' quod he.
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[continues previous] 'Thanne yif me leyser, fader myn,' quod she,
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[continues previous] That I was born," but to no wight,' quod she,
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[continues previous] 'Dar I nat telle how that it stant with me.
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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] 'I have som-what avaunsed and forthered thee,' quod she, 'yif
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[continues previous] that thou anoye nat or forthinke nat of al thy fortune: as who
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wolt answere, "nay." Thanne, yif it so be that thou art mighty
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it ne remembreth me nat that evere I was
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[continues previous] 'Thanne may nat richesses maken that a man nis nedy, ne that
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[continues previous] Now is it no doute thanne that thise weyes ne ben a maner
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that
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[continues previous] 'And demest thou,' quod she, 'that a thing that is of this
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'What demest thou thanne?' quod she; 'is that a derk thing
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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 thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken
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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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[continues previous] 'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Yif alle thise thinges,' quod she, 'weren membres to felicitee,
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Philosophie. 'How mochel wilt thou preysen it,' quod she,
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'yif that thou knowe what thilke good is?'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne most thou graunten,' quod she, 'by semblable resoun,
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[continues previous] 'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'ne ther-of thar thee nat doute. Now
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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] And thanne seide she thus: 'yif thou loke,' quod she, 'first
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is ther nothing,' quod she, 'that kepeth his nature,
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.'
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde she thus: 'I ne scorne thee nat, ne pleye, ne
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[continues previous] 'And yif thou see a wight,' quod she, 'that hath doon that he
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[continues previous] 'Remembreth thee,' quod she, 'that I have gadered and
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[continues previous] 'And recordeth thee nat thanne,' quod she, 'that blisfulnesse
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[continues previous] 'It ne recordeth me nat,' quod I; 'for I have it gretly alwey
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[continues previous] 'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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And over this quod she, 'yif that ther be two thinges that
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[continues previous] 'Thou wilt nat thanne deneye,' quod she, 'that the moevement
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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] 'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'so as he that is mighty to doon only but
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ben put under the merite and the desert of men. Thanne
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bitydeth it, that yif thou seest a wight that be transformed into
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[continues previous] Than seyde I thus: 'I confesse and am a-knowe it,' quod I;
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[continues previous] 'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk
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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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