Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages, Volume 18

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Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1965 - English literature

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Contents

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1
Of the swete report of Fame of the fayre lady La Bell
11
How Science sent him first to Gramer where he
21
Howe he was receyved of Rethoryke and what retho
27
Howe he departed from kynge Melyzyus with
29
Of Disposition the ii parte of rethorike e
34
Howe Tyme came into the temple in marvaylous
44
Of Pronunciation the iiii part of rethoryke
47
Of the direct operation of nature
106
Of the fyve internall wyttes
108
Of the hye influences of the supernall bodies
112
Howe Graunde Amoure departed from the tower of Sci ence and went to the tower of Chivalry where he was let in by Fortytude e
114
Of the marveylous argument betwene Mars and Fortune
117
Howe Minerve ledde Graunde Amoure to kyng Mely zyus whiche made hym knyght
127
Howe Graund Amoure in the temple of Venus made
144
The copy of a letter that Venus sent to La Bell Pucell
150

Of Memory the v part of rethorike
50
A commendation of Gower Chaucer and Lydgate
52
Of Arsmetrike
56
mundain humayn and instrumental
58
Howe Graunde Amoure was enamoured of La Bell Pucell in the tower of Musike and met with Counsayle in a temple
69
Of the dolorous and lowly disputacion betwene La Bell Pucell and Graunde Amoure
77
Howe La Bell Pucell graunted Graunde Amoure love and of her dispiteous departage
87
Of the great sorowe that Graunde Amour made after her departyng and of the wordes of Counsayl
93
Howe Graunde Amoure went to Geometry and what geometry is
99
Of dame Astronomie
103
Howe Godfrey Gobilive was taken of Correction
156
Howe he met with Perceveraunce and reposed hym
170
Howe he vainquyshed a gyaunt with seven heades
178
How he made oblacyon to the godes Pallas and sayled
185
How he dyscomfited the wonderfull monstre of the vii
191
The mariage of Graund Amour and La Bell Pucell
200
Howe Fame came into the temple wyth burnyng tongues
208
Howe Eternyte came into the temple and of her vertu
218
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