By Ian Scott-Kilvert
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Additional resources for BRITISH WRITERS, Volume 1
Kane, Piers Plowman: The Evidence for Authorship (1965); E. Vasta and G. O'Grady, The Spiritual Basis of Piers Plowman (The Hague, 1965); I. Saito, A Study of Piers the Plowman (Tokyo, 1966); B. H. Smith, Traditional Imagery of Charity in Piers Plowman (The Hague, 1966); E. Salter, "Medieval Poetry and the Figural View of Reality/' in Proceedings of the British Academy, 54 (1968); R. W. Ames, The Fulfillment of the Scriptures: Abraham, Moses and Piers (Evanston, III, 1970); P. Cali, Allegory and Vision in Dante and Langland (Cork, 1971); E.
Rod and birch were frequently applied to the seat of learning and accepted as a rueful joke by the little victims. " "Milked dukkis, my moder badde": hit was no mervayle thow I were sadde. what vaylith it me thowgh I say nay? My master pepered my ars with well good spede . . He wold not leve till it did blede, Myche sorow haue he for his dede! (Babees Book)9 Children in scole, ayenst the vsage and manere of alle othere naciouns beeth compelled for to leue hire owne langage, and for to construe hir lessouns and here thynges in Frensche, and so they haueth seth the Normans come first to Engelond.
This word ''nobleness" means the perfection in each thing of its own proper nature . . everything is most perfect when it touches and reaches its own proper virtue . . So the straight path leads us to 25 27 In private and public. GEOFFREY CHAUCER same year, in the description of the Knight's military career. Nothing said of him could have sounded more likely or authentic to Chaucer's first hearers; his "character" would have sounded equally so, formed as it was on the principles of Christian courtesy dinned into everyone day in and day out from childhood.
BRITISH WRITERS, Volume 1 by Ian Scott-Kilvert