Kulturhistorisches im englischen Volkslied: Naturgefühl--Mann und Frau, Eltern und Kinder--Essen und Trinken, in den Robin-Hood-Balladen. I.

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C. Lehmann, 1892 - 88 pagina's
 

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Pagina 48 - Sumer is icumen in, Lhude sing cuccu! Groweth sed, and bloweth med, And springth the wude nu — Sing cuccu!
Pagina 32 - Yet take good hede ; for ever I drede That ye coude nat sustayne The thornie wayes, the depe valeies, The snowe, the frost, the rayne, The colde, the hete : for dry, or wete, We must lodge on the playne ; And, us above, none other rofe But a brake bush, or twayne : Which sone sholde greve you, I beleve ; And ye wolde gladly than That I had to the grene wode go, Alone, a banyshed man.
Pagina 76 - The porter rose anon sertan, As sone as he herd John calle; Litul John was redy with a swerd, And bare hym to the walle.
Pagina 11 - Hit befel on Whitsontide, Erly in a May mornyng, The son vp feyre can shyne, And the briddis mery can syng. 'This is a mery mornyng...
Pagina 38 - The wildest wolf in aw this wood Wad not ha done so by me; She'd ha wet her foot ith wan water, And sprinkled it oer my brae, And if that wad not ha wakend me, She wad ha gone and let me be.
Pagina 82 - that [ye be here], My herte is out of wo : ' ' Dame,' he sayd, ' be mery and glad, And thanke my bretheren two.' 104 ' Here of to speke,' sayd Ad[am] Bell, ' I-wys it [is no bote] ; The me[at that we must supp withall, It runneth yet fast on fote.
Pagina 11 - There are twelve months in all the year, As I hear many say, But the merriest month in all the year Is the merry month of May. Now Robin Hood is to Nottingham gone, With a link a down, and a day, And there he met a silly old woman, Was weeping on the way. ' What news ? what news ? thou silly old woman. What news hast thou for me?' Said she, 'There's my three sons in Nottingham town To-day condemned to die.
Pagina 34 - Vpon Eldrige Hill there growes a thorne, Vpon the mores brodinge ; And wold you, sir knight, wake there all night To day of the other morninge...
Pagina 45 - Robin Hood and the Butcher' scheint für seinen Hund sehr eingenommen gewesen zu sein, denn er tritt ganz energisch auf, als er denselben von Robin Hood misshandelt sieht:
Pagina 80 - When the scheref was on slepe, Dronken of wyne and ale, Litul John and Moch for sothe Toke the way unto the jale.

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