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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO MY FRIEND FRANCIS PHELPS DODGE THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED IN its external loveliness, and even more in its deeper spiritual beauty and truth, lies sufficient reason for most patient and devoted study of The Pearl j yet the poem has hitherto found little fame or real appreciation. To this end distinctions of meaning in the glossary are more elaborate than is usually necessary in the study of a Middle English text ; and many citations are made in the notes as partial evidence that the poem is not an isolated creation, but is closely allied, both through its general characteristics and many details, with the literature of various kinds under whose inspiration it was written.

I have thus been able to correct errors of detail in both previ- ous editions, and to pass judgment upon Pick's notes on the text and the manuscript. Certain difficulties, however, still remain, which I hope may engage skill greater than mine, and thus in due time be cleared away. 1 Their investiga- tions encounter certain difficulties in the matter of dia- lect, most of which in the case of The Pearl are to be explained by the strict requirements of metre, 2 and by the poet's familiarity with the speech and literature of other regions than his own. Foules 117, and Skeat's note; Canticum de Creatione (Horstmann, 1878, p. For the sake Vlll preface of accessibility I have deposited photographic facsimiles of the manuscript in the library at Princeton and Yale. His literary language, then, is not purely that of any spoken dialect. ), is the one exception ; it may be due to a ^Introduction xiii is u for y (umlaut of #): burde, 316; lure 3, 339; #//, 942; muly 905; z'/ff^, 204, 210, 1052 (Knigge 29-30) ; but cf. ), is dated the Ascension, 1319 ; Li Dis de P Arbre Royal, an elegy (Dits, pp. ), a Thursday morning; Li Tournois des Dames (Dits, pp. ), mid-October, 1327, evidently the date of an actual dream ; Li Dis de r Iraigne et du Crapot (Dits, p. So Froissart, Le Joli Buisson de Jonece ((Euvret t ed. 134 ff.} Chaucer, House of Fame, 'The tenthe day of Decembre,' i. I have taken the liberty to change the title commonly given to the longer homiletic poem of our author. 3 In general, the language is that of the extreme North- west Midland, 4 and is distinguished from the language more characteristic of the Midland by a large admix- ture of Northern words, inflections, and sounds. cartel, 203 ; huyle, 41 ; mo I, 382 ; worch, 511 ; ^y/, A//, 789, 976 ; kynde, 74; #// for initial iv (^vayned^ 249 ; vere}^ 177, vered, 254, *vyf, 772, 785 ; vetted, 976) } the Northern contract-forms man, 512, tan, 614, (iotmaken, taken), ma (make), 283, mat$ (mattez), 610; at (Pat], 536, 6725 kyrk, 1061 j tylle, 676 j plural form childer, 714, 718. Every English and French court-poet of the fourteenth century doubtless knew the Roman at first hand, as did the author of The Pearl himself, who, in his poem, Purity, cites Jean de Meun at length. 4 The poet uses ' hyj ' in this sense, of the Nativity, Ga-w. 5 Watriquet de Couvin frequently dates his visions : Li Dis des III I Sages (Dits, ed. ^Introduction xvii this feast to the theme of the poem is obvious, 1 yet, judging by the analogies just cited in the footnote from works of other poets, it may be merely the date of the poet's conception of his work, or the day of an actual dream which comforted him in his grief, and which he elaborated into the poem. The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.Please contact the server administrator at [email protected] inform them of the time this error occurred, and the actions you performed just before this error.

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die^ttettreg SECTION II MIDDLE ENGLISH LITERATURE GENERAL EDITOR EWALD FLUGEL, PH. PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH PHILOLOGY IN LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY THE PEARL A MIDDLE ENGLISH POEM EDITED, WITH INTRODUCTION, NOTES, AND GLOSSARY BY CHARLES G. D, PRECEPTOR IN ENGLISH IN PRINCETON UNIVERSITY BOSTON, U. My object has therefore been twofold to bring the poem to a greater number of readers, and to furnish it with such setting and explanation as may help to release its pure and noble influences as a work of art.

Two editions only have appeared the first being little more than a diplomatic reproduction of the manuscript, and the second incomplete in apparatus j both are expen- sive, and not in common circulation.

HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS 1906 PR 3UU COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY D. This is easily accounted for by the remoteness of its dialect, the obscurity of its language and literary relations, and its somewhat unworldly, and at present uncongenial, content.

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