The Elene of Cynewulf, Volume 21 (Google eBook)

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H. Holt, 1904 - Christian poetry, English (Old) - 42 pages
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Page 44 - Soliloquies, edited with Introduction, Notes, and Glossary. HENRY LEE HARGROVE, Ph.D. $1.00. XIV. The Phonology of the Northumbrian Gloss of St. Matthew. EMILY HOWARD FOLEY, Ph.D. $0.75. XV. Essays on the Study and Use of Poetry by Plutarch and Basil the Great, translated from the Greek, with an Introduction. FREDERICK M. PADELFORD, Ph.D. $0.75. XVI. The Translations of Beowulf: A Critical Bibliography. CHAUNCEY B. TINKER, Ph.D. $0.75. XVII. The Alchemist, by Ben Jonson, edited with Introduction,...
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Page 40 - ... imbued my heart with it, revealed it as glorious, in 1 2 50 time broadened it, set free my body, unlocked my heart, and loosed the power of song, which joyfully and gladly I have used in the world. Not one time alone, but often had I thought upon the tree of glory, before I had the miracle revealed regarding 1255 the glorious tree, as in the course of events I found related in books and in writings concerning the sign of victory.
Page 26 - Isaiah xl. 13. the face of the everlasting Judge, ceaselessly sing in glory with clear voices the praise of the heavenly King, loveliest of songs, and utter these words with pure voices they are called the cherubim: 1 'Holy is the holy God of archangels, the Lord of hosts. Heaven and earth are full of his glory, and all his mighty power is clearly proclaimed.
Page 41 - ... he suffered crushing grief and anxious care, although before him his horse (E) measured the miles and proudly ran, decked with gold. Hope (W) is waned, and joy through the course of years; youth is fled, and the pride of old. Once (U) was the splendor of youth (?); now after that allotted time are the days departed, are the pleasures of life dwindled away, as water (L) glideth, or the rushing floods. Wealth (F) is but a loan to each beneath the heavens...
Page 40 - May hell's portal be closed and heaven's opened, may the 123 eternal kingdom of the angels be revealed with joy unceasing, and may their part be assigned with Mary, to each man who keepeth in memory the 1235 most sacred festival of the cross beneath the heavens, which the almighty King over all protected with his arm ! Finit. 20. EPILOGUE. Old and ready for death by reason of this failing house, I thus have woven a web of words and wondrously have gathered it up; time and again have I pondered...
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Page 41 - Ever until that time was the man buffeted in the surge of sorrow, was he a weakly flaring torch (C), although he had received treasures and appled gold in the mead-hall; wroth in heart (Y), he mourned; a companion to need (N), he suffered crushing grief and anxious care, although before him his horse (E) measured the miles and proudly ran, decked with gold. Hope (W) is waned, and joy through the course of years; youth is fled, and the pride of old. Once (U) was the splendor of youth (?) ; now after...

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