Speculum, Volume 1

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Edward Kennard Rand
Mediaeval Academy of America., 1926
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Page 48 - Where be your gibes now ? your gambols ? your songs ? your flashes of merriment, that were wont to set the table in a roar ? Not one now, to mock your own grinning?
Page 170 - 1 cor per sua magione, dentro la qual dormendo si riposa tal volta poca e tal lunga stagione. Bieltate appare in saggia donna pui, che piace agli occhi sì, che dentro al core nasce un disio de la cosa piacente; e tanto dura talora in costui, che fa svegliar lo spirito d'Amore. E simil face in donna orno valente.
Page 115 - Mediterranean, began to manifest itself toward the end of the tenth century and the beginning of the eleventh.
Page 169 - XX Appresso che questa canzone fue alquanto divolgata tra le genti, con ciò fosse cosa che alcuno amico l'udisse, volontade lo mosse a pregare me che io li dovesse dire che è Amore, avendo forse per l'udite parole speranza di me oltre che degna.
Page 381 - ... began to think of returning home, rather than proceed to a barbarous, fierce, and unbelieving nation, to whose very language they were strangers ; and this they unanimously agreed was the safest course.
Page 256 - Embraced is, and fully gan despise This wrecched world, and held al vanite To respect of the pleyn felicite That is in hevene above; and at the laste, Ther he was slayn, his lokyng down he caste.
Page 268 - ... strueret cum Catilina nefas, Cum gener atque socer diris concurreret armis Maestaque civili caede maderet humus. Cur nunc "o mores !
Page 173 - ... racione regamur.3 (b) By the use of different parts of speech formed on the same stem, as : i, 15 (p. 24, 5-6), nos tamen eorum excedimus excessus and (p. 24, 7-8), nee sit aliquid oculis ostensum in quo non ostendat Dominus aliquam instruccionis formam; i, 12 (p. 18, 7-8), tu caueas, si me ruditus ruditas ridiculum reddiderit. 4 (c) By the use of the same stem, compounded with different prefixes or suffixes, or of simple and compound words formed on the same stem, as in ii, 2 (p. 105, 14-15),...
Page 20 - Roads fell into disrepair, commerce dried up, education declined, and book-learning almost disappeared. Localism was writ large across the Europe of the early Middle Ages, the localism at first of the tribe and the estate, later shaping itself into those feudal and manorial units upon which mediaeval society rested. Both politically and socially these units were very nearly independent, and the exchange of products and ideas was reduced to a minimum. Under these conditions culture became regional,...
Page 247 - MS., should be submitted. Ample margins should be left on all sides. MSS exceeding four or five pages should not be folded or rolled. 2. Except for such recognized Anglicisms as shew for show and -our for -or, the Concise Oxford Dictionary will be taken as the orthographic authority. 3. Italic will be used for words and phrases not in the language in which the article is written, including quotations not exceeding five or six typewritten lines, which appear in the body of the text (see § 6 below)...

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