The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer: With an Essay Upon His Language and Versification, an Introductory Discourse, Notes, and a Glossary, 4 tomas

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W. Pickering and R. and S. Prowett, 1822
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333 psl. - Thus have we traced the Alliterative Measure so low as the sixteenth century. It is remarkable that all such poets as used this kind of metre, retained along with it many peculiar Saxon idioms, particularly such as were appropriated to poetry : this deserves the attention of those who are desirous to recover the laws of the ancient Saxon Poesy, usually given up as inexplicable : I am of opinion that they will find what they seek in the Metre of Pierce Plowman.5 i Jest.
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