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Long they thus traveiled in friendly wise , But weenedst thou what wight thee
overthrew , Through countreyes waste , and eke well edifyde , Much greater
griefe and shamefuller regrett Seeking adventures hard , to exercise For thy hard
... yet trembling every vaine ; squire : Of whom he gan enquire his cause of dread
: Who as he gan the same to him aread , “ This mightie man , " quoth he , " whom
you have Loe ! hard behind his backe his fòe was prest , With dreadfull weapon ...
... Sir knight , In roiall robes , and many iewels dight ; " Hard is the case the which
ye doe complaire , But that those villens through their usage had * Yet not so
hard ( for nought so hard may light Them fouly rent , and shamefully defaced had
... or may you to look cntice . And some of giant : hard to be believed ; Surely (
faid th'Ape ) it likes me wondron That the delight thereof me much relieved . well ,
Amongst the rest a good old woman was , And would ye not poor fellowship
Remove your liege from my unyielding heart , Give me niy heart ( faith fhe ) and
thou shalt have To love's alarm , it will not ope the gate . it . Dismiss your vows ,
your feigoed tears , your O ! give it me , Icít thy hard heart do feel it ; flatt'ry ; And ...
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This Author is my favorite one. I have been reading his boks from a long time. I like the way he presented the real life stories and created the real image in the readers mind in such a deep extent that reader feels as he/she is leaving the story not reading the story. He used to pick the social problems of the time that still set an example for the people of this time too.