1 edition of Early English lyrics found in the catalog.
Early English lyrics
First published (A.H.Bullen) 1907.
|Statement||chosen by E.K.Chambers and F.Sidgwick.|
|Contributions||Chambers, E. K., Sidgwick, Frank.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 384p. ;|
|Number of Pages||384|
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Translation: Joseph Glaser Middle English Poetry in Modern Verse () p. Nis no fur so hot in helle All to mon That loveth derne and dar nout telle Whet him is on. There is no hotter flame in hell Than lover's fire When secret lover dare not tell His strong desire.
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