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3 More noticeable still is his consistent rejection of nearly every suggestion of symbolism or allegory found in the original. ), where every detail is an explained symbol of some attribute, sentiment, or experience. rych my hert grange, My breste in bale bot bolne & bele. o$t me neu^r so swete a sange As stylle stouwde let to me stele ; ao Forsoj? e suwne ; Flor & fryte may not be fede per hit douw drof in molde} duwne ; 30 For vch gresse mot grow of grayne} dede, No whete were elle} to wone^ wowne ; Of goud vche goude is ay bygowne; So semly a sede mo}t fayly not, ptft spry[n]gande spyce^ vp ne spowne 35 Of J?

A glance at the table of Biblical equivalents will show that in his use of the Apocalypse the poet has by no means taken all the material which it affords, nor re- produced it in its original order, but has chosen here and there a detail, so that the effect of the picture of the Heavenly City in his poem is quite different from that of the Scriptural account. ^Introduction xix that by Richard Rolle ( The Pricke of Conscience 8788 ff. He and the enlightened men of his time realized better than we, what it is hardest of all to take seriously to-day, that the visible world draws all its vitality and worth from the invisible, without which it is dead; and that some realization of the celestial consort singing at wele pat wont wat} whyle deuoyde my wrange, 15 & heuen my happe & al my hele, ptft dot} hot J? 3 pat spot of spyse$ [mo]t nedej sprede, 25 per such ryche} to rot is ruwne ; Blome^ blayke & blwe & rede per schyne} ful schyr agayn j?

Lahat kayo ay hindi ko kayang kalimutan kahit magkakalayo na tayo at kami na lang ni Pael ang naiwan dito.

Kung kaibigan kita, dapat alam mo rin na kahinaan ko ang lahat ng taong malapit sa puso ko. Halos araw-araw ay nag-aaral akong sumulat at bumasa nang maayos para kahit papaano ay hindi ako maging kahiya-hiya kapag itinabi kay Lia.

May iba na mababaw ang luha pero karamihan ay ganoon. Sabi ni Zenzen, kahibangang maghintay kung walang hinihintay. Napabuntong-hininga ako pagkatapos basahin ang huling sulat niya. Mababayaran kaya ng mga luha na iiyak ko pa ang mga luha na iniyak niya noon? In the first of these uses the quotations are fragmentary and generally exact. It includes particularly the description of the New Jerusalem ; 2 and in the Para- ble of the Vineyard, though the passage is cited in argu- ment, there is a manifest tendency to insert picturesque details. The effect upon the poet of contemplating the mysteries of the invisible is only what it should be in some degree upon any one who can command the vision. 0u marre} a myry iuele, My priuy perle wyt^outen spotte ! 19-20, where sange seems to designate The Pearl itself, at least the part from 1. 458 468, 595-596, 677, 697, etc.; (2) for pictorial effect. 1 No such peace of mind as that of the last stanza can be derived from such a source. Thus in Purity 440 lines are used to narrate the events recorded in 31 verses of the fifth chapter of Daniel, and in Patience 48 verses of Jonah are expanded to 463 lines. Its chief medium was the revived alliterative long line employed by our poet in his other works, whose influence is shown in the abundance of alliteration, irregularity of verse, and much of the peculiar poetic vocabulary of The Pear L Four other and more essential traits of the Northern school appear with greater or less distinctness in our poem: First is the energy of its diction, which relapses, in 1 Cf. 4 In this he differs not a little from the practice of his times, and the difference cannot be better illustrated than by comparing his description of the New Jerusalem with 1 Pp. 2 In the homiletic works each account the Parable of the Wedding Feast, the Flood, the Destruction of Sodom, Belshaz- zar's Feast, the Story of Jonah is expanded with much inserted picturesque material quite irrelevant to the appended moral. 1 Unlike his contemporaries, our poet employs little apocryphal material, and seldom draws from patristic embellishment or commentary, or cites patristic and scholastic authority. Besides the more external influences which have just been men- tioned, there is the influence of the poetry peculiar to the region in which the poem was at home the four- teenth-century poetry of the North.