Comparison of William Shakespeare Cardenio 1.2 to Geoffrey Chaucer
William Shakespeare Cardenio 1.2 has 252 lines, and 1% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in Geoffrey Chaucer. 99% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.01 weak matches.
Cardenio 1.2: 35
A business that will do my words more shame Than ever they got honour among women. Lascivious courtings among sinful mistresses Come ever seasonably, please best. But let the boldest ruffian touch the ear Of modest ladies with adulterous sounds, Their very looks confound him and force grace Into that cheek where impudence sets her seal. That work is never undertook with ...
Parson's Tale: 45
Now comth the sinne of hem that sowen and maken discord amonges folk, which is a sinne that Crist hateth outrely; and no wonder is. For he deyde for to make concord. And more shame do they to Crist, than dide they that him crucifyede; for god loveth bettre, that frendshipe be amonges folk, than he dide his owene body, the which that he yaf for unitee. Therfore been they lykned to the devel, that evere been aboute to maken discord.