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" First wol I telle yow of Cambyuskan, That in his tyme many a citee wan; And after wol I speke of Algarsif, How that he wan Theodora to his wif , For whom ful ofte in greet peril he was... "
American Journal of Philology - Page 117
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: To which are Appended ..., Volume 2

Geoffrey Chaucer - English poetry - 1879
...greet peril he was, Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo a That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne ; An ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. (10,984 T.) THIRD PART. Appollo whirleth up his chaar so hye...
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The poetical works of Geoffrey Chaucer. To which are appended ..., Volume 2

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1880
...greet peril he was, Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo 2 That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne ; An ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. (10,984 T.) THIRD PART. Appollo whirleth up his chaar so hye...
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Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Volume 2

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1894
...greet peril he was, 665 Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne ; And ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. 670 [PART 1n] Appollo whirleth up his chaar so hye Til that...
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Selections from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (Ellesmere Text)

Geoffrey Chaucer - Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages - 1896 - 277 pages
...greet peril he was, 665 Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne ; And ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. 670 Explicit secunda pars. Incipit pars tercia. Appollo whirleth...
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The Squire's Tale

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1899 - 54 pages
...greet peril he was, 665 Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne; And ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. 670 [PART in] Appollo whirleth up his chaar so hye, Til that...
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English Tales in Verse

Charles Harold Herford - Electronic books - 1902 - 291 pages
...greet peril he was, Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne; And ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. [PART in] Apollo whirleth up his chaar so hye, Til that the god...
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Selections from [Chaucer's] Canterbury Tales

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1905 - 339 pages
...greet peril he was, 665 Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynne ; And ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. 670 Explicit secunda pars. Incipit pars tercia. Appollo whirleth...
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Canterbury Tales, Volume 2

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1907
...greet peril he was, 665 Ne hadde he ben holpe by the steede of bras ; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee, er that he myghte hire wynnu ; And ther I lefte I wol ageyn bigynne. 670 [PART in] Appollo whirleth up his chaar so hye Til...
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The Canterbury Tales: A Facsimile and Transcription of the Hengwrt ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - Poetry - 1979 - 1024 pages
...gret peril he was Ne hadde he been holpen / by the Steede of bras (And after / wol I speke of Cambalo That faught in lystes / with the bretheren two For Canacee / er that he myghte hir wynne 670 And ther I lefte / I wol ayein bigynne EU.ESMERE Out fyne this / fro hire hire ip wommen...
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Chaucer's Narrators

David Lawton, Professor of English Literature David Lawton - History - 1985 - 166 pages
...greet peril he was, Ne hadde he ben holpen by the steede of bras; And after wol I speke of Cambalo, That faught in lystes with the bretheren two For Canacee er that he myghte hire wynne, And ther I lefte I wol ayeyn bigynne. (651-70) According to Pearsall, this is a 'staggering synopsis'....
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