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And opneth his dore and doun gooth his wey.[tippy title=”2″ reference=”https://archive.org/stream/caxtonsgameandp00cessgoog#page/n220/mode/2up” header=”off”]Compare Hoccleve’s retelling of the exemplum with Caxton’s later Middle English translation of The Chessbook.[/tippy] [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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And aftir blyve out of hir bed they ryse [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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And cam doun eek. Hir fadir thanken they [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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Of his good cheere in hire beste wyse – [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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And al was for the goldes [tippy title=”covetyse” reference=”http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/m/mec/med-idx?type=id&id=MED10088″ header=”on”]n. Immoderate desire for acquiring worldly goods or estate; covetousness, greed; the acquisitive function of avarice; also, avarice [the fifth deadly sin]; coveiten ~, have a desire or craving.

See the full entry in the Middle English Dictionary[/tippy]; [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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And to goon hoom they axen of him leve; [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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They been departed and they there him leve. [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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Walkynge homward, they janglid faste and speek [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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the gold which they sy hir fadir have. [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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Oon seide, “I wondre theron;” “And I eek,” [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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Quod anothir, “for also God me save, [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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Yistirday, thogh I sholde into my grave [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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Han crept, I durste on it han leid my lyf [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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That gold with him nat hadde be so ryf.” [tippy title=”VT” header=”off” width=”550″ height=”854″]
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