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The last five lines seem less careful than the first part, indicating that perhaps the first part was copied, while the latter writer was more confident and less concerned with making mistakes.

If anyone knows anything about this, please let me know more for my own curiosity than anything else and it would be greatly appreciated. This is a gorgeous poem, and a lovely discussion — thank you. I could check in the Bodleian copy later in the week if that would help?

The connection between seasons and clothing has always been one of my favorite to discuss as it usually leads to very beautiful imagery. I did see references to the Arn and Fox edition when digging around online, and placed it on the list of books to attempt finding at adjacent universities this week I might get lucky!

A French Poem by Charles d’Orléans – "Le temps a laissé son manteau"

But if you find anything out, I would be very thankful! Time limit is exhausted. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. In the meantime, here is Alain Jacques beautifully singing the poem:.

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I cannot tell for certain, but it appears two different hands worked on this text. The last five lines seem less careful than the first part, indicating that perhaps the first part was copied, while the latter writer was more confident and less concerned with making mistakes. If anyone knows anything about this, please let me know more for my own curiosity than anything else and it would be greatly appreciated. This is a gorgeous poem, and a lovely discussion — thank you.


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I could check in the Bodleian copy later in the week if that would help? The connection between seasons and clothing has always been one of my favorite to discuss as it usually leads to very beautiful imagery. I did see references to the Arn and Fox edition when digging around online, and placed it on the list of books to attempt finding at adjacent universities this week I might get lucky!

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But if you find anything out, I would be very thankful! Time limit is exhausted. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.

2 editions of this work

In the meantime, here is Alain Jacques beautifully singing the poem:. I looked at your post on Lydgate. I liked it very much!