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The eclogues of Alexander Barclay / compiled by Greg Waite

 
dc.contributor Waite, Greg D of English U of Otago
dc.contributor.author Barclay, Alexander, 1475?-1552
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dc.date.created 1513
dc.date.issued 1988-06-30
dc.identifier ota:1240
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/1240
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/1240
dc.description.abstract In English Title from title page of source text Early English Text Society (series). Original series ; 175
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dc.subject.lcsh Poems -- England -- 16th century
dc.subject.other Poems
dc.title The eclogues of Alexander Barclay / compiled by Greg Waite
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<T Eclogues> <L I> Certayne Egloges of $Alexander $Barclay Priest, <L I> Whereof the first three conteyne the miseryes of Courtiers <L I> and Courtes of all princes in generall, <L I> Gathered out of a booke named in Latin, %MISERIAE %CVRIALIVM, <L I> compiled by $Eneas $Syluius Poet and Oratour. <L R> The Prologe. <L 1> The famous Poetes with the Muses nine With wit inspired, fresh, pregnant and diuine, Say, boldly indite in stile substanciall: Some in Poemes hye and heroicall, Some them delite in heauy Tragedies, And some in wanton on mery Comedies. Some in Satyres against vices dare carpe, Some in sweete songes accordant with the harpe. And eche of these all had laude and excellence After their reason and stile of eloquence. Who in fayre speeche could briefly comprehende Moste fruitfull matter, men did him moste commende. And who were fruitlesse, and in speeche superflue, Men by their writing scantly set a qu. Therefore wise Poetes to sharpe and proue their wit, In homely iestes w . . .
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