p. p.1.p. p. of Get.
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Bu incelemelerde dinin temel kaynaklarinin degil yorumlarinin gelenekte belirgin hale geten ataerkil dusunce ve yapilari destekledigi gorusu on plana cikmaktadir.
For as ich haue saide afore, hertlich loue of god and goudnesse of lif wil no[??]t be geten with oute grete trauail and long continuaunce, bot whanne hit is hadde, hit is fill of lykyng of swetnesse.
See, for example, the narrative voice's adoption of a spiritual advisor's earnest tone of exhortation in the conclusion: "hertlich loue of god and goudnesse of lif wil no[??]t be geten with oute grete trauail and long continuaunce, bot whanne hit is hadde, hit is ful of lykyng of swetnesse" (fol.
(34) & bed him pet he scolde pet geten mid his writ & mid his bletsunge.
And wose is onwis And for non p[ri]s Ne con geten his leuemon, I shal, for mi mede, Garen him to spede, For ful wel I con.
Oon semblable to the Samaritan, and somdeel to Piers the Plowman, Barefoot on an asse bak bootles cam prikye, Withouten spores other spere; spakliche he loked, As is the kynde of a knyght that cometh to be dubbed, To geten hym gilte spores on galoches ycouped.(57)
1352) writes of God's ordaining three classes of men, including |labourers such as husbandmen and craftsmen to support the whole body of the Church after the manner of feet.' All labourers, knights, and clerics |who maintain their own status are of the family of God'.(22) In 1388 Thomas Wimbledon repeats this doctrine: |to labourers it falleth to travail bodelich and with their sore swete geten out of the earth bodelich lifelode for hem and other partes.
ovne name Ebrac and afterwarde It was called Eu(er)wyk and | nowe It ys called York * This Ebrac made the * Castell of maydens | nowe called Edenborugh // And this Ebrac hadde xx * sonnes and * | xxiij doughters geten by diu(er)s women and thes were the names | of the sonnes and of the doughters Brute * Brenesshall * Morgan | Seysell Morgwyth fflengham Bladud Iakyn * Kymbar * Rocelyne | Spadough Godeherk Thormnan(n) Eldagh Iorgaght Haybord | Ketynne Rother Keyr and Asseruth and thes were the names of | the doughters // Elleyne * Imogenne Oghdas Guenbran Guardiche | Angarell * Guenteholl * Tangustell Goughgon Michell Medhan | Mayllour Ondure Cambreden Ragan Reutely Nest Cleghem * Skadud | Folio 12v
(57) The poems focus on death is strongly evocative of the later Everyman, down to the importance of a will; when the avaricious father dies, Ther was no man in that countre That his excutour wold be, nor for no good ne ille; they seid his good was geten so, they wold not have therwith to do, for drede of God in heven.