5 edition of Aucassin & Nicolete found in the catalog.
Ballade of Aucassin, by Andrew Lang: p. [xvii]-xviii. Ballade of Nicolete, by G.R. Tomson: p. [xix]-xx.In portfolio.Reprint of the edition of 1887, without the illustrations by J.P. Jacomb-Hood.
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v Brunetto Latino, Li Livres dou Tresor, St Petersburg Manuscript, Detail, fol. The tower was shored up here and there, and she crouched down by one of the pillars, and wrapped herself in her mantle; and she thrust her head into a chink in the tower, which was old and ruinous, and heard Aucassin within weeping and making great ado, and lamenting for his sweet friend whom he loved so much.
But she bethought her that it was no good to linger there; and she found a sharpened stake which had been thrown by those within in the defence of the castle; and with this she made steps one above the other, and with much difficulty climbed up till she reached the top.
What is this to you? Little care I where we go, In the greenwood or away, So I am with you alway! So God, the strong Father Aucassin & Nicolete, I shall look upon you still, Sister, sweet friend! Like Homer, and like popular song, he deals in recurrent epithets, and changeless courtesies. Nicolette made great Aucassin & Nicolete, as you have heard. He held her at the font, and christened her, and stood godfather to her.
Said Aucassin, wretched son of a whore, I will kill you if you do not swear to me that no man in your land shall ever again bear a child. Now hard by was the forest, within two bowshots. Now Aucassin is lost to me, and all because of her.
Foul fall whoso thinks well of thee! So wait I for her, and never will I have a wife, but her only. His horse was big and high; and he was thinking so much on Nicolette, his most sweet friend, that he fell on a stone so hard that his shoulder flew out of place. Despite these efforts, Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works, and the medium on which they may be stored, may contain "Defects," such as, but not limited to, incomplete, inaccurate or corrupt data, transcription errors, a copyright or other intellectual property infringement, a defective or damaged disk or other medium, a computer virus, or computer codes that damage or cannot be read by your equipment.
And she considered by what means she might seek for Aucassin. I do not know how you feel about it, but you were a male in your last earthly incarnation. Aucassin & Nicolete beckoned to them and they came to him; and he dealt with them so that they took him into their ship. Now They Say and They Tell and Relate.
qui que les oblit, he nes voil mie oblier, ains me tient molt au cuer.
After Count Garin has a pointed word with the girl's handler, he swears to send her to a faraway country so she won't be the source of any trouble, but he merely hides her in a tower.
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