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And have been thrice hid underneath the ground , Who answerd him full soft , he
could not tell . “ Since I the heavens chearefull face did vew . Againe he afke
where that same knight was layde , “ O ! welcome thou , that doft of death bring ...
... And badd tell on the tenor of his playnt ; “ And tell the cause of your conceived
payne ; Who saigning then in every limb ... Would god thyselfe now present were
in place , She wilfully her sorrow did augment , “ To tell this ruefull tale ; thy light ...
Tell then , O Lady ! tell what tatall priefe “ Hath with fo huge misfortunes you
opprest , " That I may cast to compas your reliefe , “ Or die with you in forrow , and
partake your griefe . " II.III . ILIX . Out of her gored wound the cruell steel He lightly
... For much more each to tell the starres on hy , But walkt abrode , and round
about did rome Albe they endleffe seeme in estimation , To view the building of
that uncouth placc , Then to recount the seas pofterity ; That seem'd unlike unto
... Lift up alolt , to tell of heaven's King And had not Nature's førgeant ( that is
Order ) ( Thy foveraigne fire ) his fortunate successe , Them well disposed by his
busie paine , And victory in bigger noates to sing , And raunged farre abroad in
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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.