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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-594

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5D1 general literature and science Bogh thou til vs suith thou tre And of thi rut thou ive vs plente Vnnethe pad he said the sune Quen the tre it boghed dune Right to Maria his moder fote The crop was euening to the rote He says al er we bom gretand And makand sorowful sembland For to shew the grete wrechednes Of our kynd that is vs es Haly Gaste thou gif him grace That he in gude time may bigin And send to him both might and space His heritage wele forto win And sone assoyl him of his sin Hende God that heried hell Translate and explain these words and phrases cant andkene-riche on raw-vmstride-mydlerd-the dede-stoure obout-ga-hard haldand-flesh and fell-will of wan- quatkin- maumet-barn-site-a ferthyng noke-geynest under gore What words now obsolete but used by Spenser Shakspere and Milton have occurred in the passages you have read Make list of archaic words and phrases employed by Scott Coleridge Keats Tennyson Morris XV Englfelj Etteraturt Jiitutcmtl Ctnturu Mention some general contrasts between the English literature of the last and that of the present century To what causes would you ascribe them Arrange the chief writers of this century in three chronological groups What should you say are the chief features of Words- worth's poetry Illustrate your answer by quotations from his works
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