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Stint, brodels, your din — yea, everyone! cease; scoundrels I rede that ye hark en
to I be gone; advise; till For if I begin, I break every bone, 85 And pull from the
skin the carcass anon, Yea, pardie ! by God Cease all this wonder, And make us
For dread that he reign, do as we rede: Throughout Bedlem and ilk other stead
255 Make knights ordain, and put unto dead All knave-children of two years'
breed And within; This child may ye spill destroy Thus at your own will. 260
Yea, that rede I well, also mote I go. 325 4 Sold. And I assent thereto also. 2 Sold.
An hundred, shall I say, and mo, more Armed ilkone, Came and took his corpse
us fro, And us near slain. nearly slew 330 1 Sold. Nay, certes, I hold there none ...
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Who knew medieval English drama was such fun to read? I didn't, until I had to buy this delightful paperback book for a graduate seminar a few years back. Honestly, I think about this book more often ... Read full review
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