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Pierce pennyless / Thomas Nashe

 
dc.contributor Bolz, Norbert W. Koln
dc.contributor.author Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601
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dc.date.accessioned 2019-07-04T11:04:46Z
dc.date.available 2019-07-04T11:04:46Z
dc.date.created 1592
dc.identifier ota:0680
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0680
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dc.subject.lcsh Confession in literature -- 16th century
dc.subject.other Confessions
dc.title Pierce pennyless / Thomas Nashe
dc.type Text
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THOMAS NASHE, PIERCE PENNYLESS THE SUNNE NO SOONER ENTRED GEMINI, BUT NATURES PLENTIE AND EARTHS PRIDE, 007890 GAVE THE HUSBANDMAN HOPE OF GAINEFULL HARVEST, AND THE SHEPHEARD 007900 ASSURANCE 007905 OF HAPPIE INCREASE; THE FIRST CHERISHED WITH THE LIVELY SPRING OF HIS 007910 DEADE SOWNE SEEDE:@ THE SECONDE CHEARED BY THE =LIVING PRESENCE OF HIS 007920 LATE YEANDE LAMBES.@ IN THAT MONTHS PRIME, MENALCAS (NO MEANE SHEPHEARD 007930 OF THESSALIE) SATE IN A GROVE OF PINES UNDER THE PRINCIPALL TREE, PENSIVE 007940 INOUGH, THOUGH NOT =PINING EITHER FOR LOVE OR LOSSE:@ HIS SERVAUNT 007950 (AMONG OTHER SWAINES) WAS THE MEANE WHILE =UNFOLDING HIS SHEEP, THE 007960 =NEIGHBRING GROUNDS TO TEMPE WAS THEIR PASTURE, EVEN TEMPE THE PLEASURE 007970 OF THESSALIE, AND PARADICE OF GREECE.@ TO MENALCAS THUS SOLITARY, ONE DAY 007980 WHEN THE SUN HAD NEWLY DRIED UP THE =MORNINGS BALMY MOYSTURE, CAME A 0079 . . .

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