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" Bishop nor none of his fellows might not make him to eat, and little he drank, that he was waxen by a cubit shorter than he was, that the people could not know him. For evermore, day and night, he prayed, but sometime he slumbered a broken sleep ; ever... "
The Arthurian tales: the greatest of romances which recount the noble and ... - Page 366
edited by - 1906 - 374 pages
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La Mort D'Arthur: The Most Famous History of the Renowned Prince Arthur, and ...

Sir Thomas Malory, O. A., William Caxton - 1816
...but continually mourned untill he was dead ; and then be sickened more and more, and dried and dwined away; for the bishop nor none of his fellows might...make him to eat, and Little he drank, that he was and then waxed shorter by a cubit tben he was, that the people could not know him ; for evermore day...
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The History of the Renowned Prince Arthur: King of Britain; with His Life ...

Sir Thomas Malory - Arthurian romances - 1816
...nntil he was dead ; and then he siekened more and more, and dried and dwindled away. For the hishop, nor none of his fellows, might not make him to eat, and little he drank, that he was soon waaed shorter hy a rahit than he was, that the people eonld not know him. For evermore, day and night,...
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Sketches of the history of literature and learning in England

George Lillie Craik - 1861
...admired. We extract a few sentences :— Then Sir Iancelot, ever after, eat but little meat, nor drank, but continually mourned until he was dead ; and then...people could not know him. For evermore day and night lie prayed [taking no rest], but needfully as nature rcquired ; sometimes he slumbered a broken sleep;...
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A compendious history of English literature, and of the English ..., Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Literary Criticism - 1861
...drank, but continually mourned until be was dead ; and then be sickened more and more, and dried aud dwindled away. For the bishop, nor none of his fellows, might not make him to cat, and little be drank, that he was soon waxed shorter by a cubit than he was, that the people could...
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the monthly packet of evening readings

JOHN AND CHARLES MOZLEY - 1864
...little he drank, so that he soon waxed shorter by a cubit than he was, that people could not know him; and then he sickened more and more, and dried and dwindled away. And so in six weeks he lay in his bed, and sent for the Bishop and all his true fellows, and prayed...
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A Compendious History of English Literature, and of the English ..., Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - English language - 1871
...admired. We extract a few sentences : — Then Sir Lancelot, ever after, eat but little meat, nor drank. but continually mourned until he was dead ; and then...cubit than he was, that the people could not know Liin. For evermore day and night he prayed [taking no rest], but needfully as nature required; sometimes...
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The Young scholar

Education - 1872
...THRALE. of : HEN Sir Launcelot never after ate but little meat, nor drank much till he was dead. For then he sickened more and more, and dried and dwindled away. For neither the bishop nor his fellows could make him to eat, and little he drank, so that he vras waxen...
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Chamber's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ...

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - Authors, English - 1876
...predecessors. Tht Death of Sir Lancelot. Then Sir Lancelot, ever after, eat but little meat, nor drank, bnt briety, he contracted such a reverence »way. For the bishop, nor none of his fellows, might not make him to eat, and little he drank, that...
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The boy's king Arthur, sir T. Malory's history of king Arthur and his ...

Arthur (king.) - 1880
...little meat, nor drank, till he was dead ; for then he sickened more and more, and dried and dwined [dwindled] away ; for the bishop nor none of his fellows might not make him to eat, and little he drank ; for evermore day and night he prayed, but sometime he slumbered a broken sleep, and ever he was lying...
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The Boy's King Arthur: Being Sir Thomas Malory's History of King Arthur and ...

Sir Thomas Malory - Arthurian romances - 1880 - 403 pages
...little meat, nor drank, till he was dead ; for then he sickened more and more, and dried and dwined [dwindled] away ; for the bishop nor none of his fellows might not make him to eat, and little he drank ; for evermore day and night he prayed, but sometime he slumbered a broken sleep, and ever he was lying...
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