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pains of sin - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

pains of sin - eTheses Repository - University of

AN EDITION OF THE MIDDLE ENGLISH PAINS OF SIN FROM CAMBRIDGE, MAGDELENE COLLEGE LIBRARY, MS PEPYS 2498 by TIMOTHY JOHN O’MARA A thesis submitted to the University of Birmingham for the degree of MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY English Drama and American and Canadian Studies College of Arts and Law The University of Birmingham October 2010

  • Page 2 and 3: University of Birmingham Research A
  • Page 4 and 5: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First and foremost
  • Page 6 and 7: APPENDICES One: Transcription of Bo
  • Page 8 and 9: ABBREVIATIONS AND FORMS OF REFERENC
  • Page 10 and 11: There is also a section on sin, whi
  • Page 12 and 13: There are strong resemblances betwe
  • Page 14 and 15: 2.1 The Manuscripts 2. MANUSCRIPT H
  • Page 16 and 17: Pahlsson adds some useful comments
  • Page 18 and 19: and Eve, and then by an ‘A’ tex
  • Page 20 and 21: in Pepys 2498, ‘Here bigynnen goo
  • Page 22 and 23: In particular it contains a Compile
  • Page 24 and 25: with the Middle English writer appa
  • Page 26 and 27: Although the formal introduction,
  • Page 28 and 29: aussi come petite chose greve le oy
  • Page 30 and 31: Dis Comandemens Before beginning to
  • Page 32 and 33: this point the text explicitly deta
  • Page 34 and 35: ihesu crist li duz fiz otre a ceus
  • Page 36 and 37: soece fere de lur dit’ (Trinity R
  • Page 38 and 39: Norman (184/138), appears in Pepys
  • Page 40 and 41: cannot be postulated, and Relihan
  • Page 42 and 43: þis Bok . Seuen peynes þer beoþ
  • Page 44 and 45: There are a large number of instanc
  • Page 46 and 47: Table 1: Anglo-Norman with similar
  • Page 48 and 49: described as substantial pieces of
  • Page 50 and 51: The examples of items present in Ve
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    Sometimes the Vernon uses a word wi

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    The analysis that follows is almost

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    second example comes from the descr

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    … Þat is so gret . þat no tonge

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    construction, although in an abbrev

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    often very similar, especially when

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    It is possible to argue that the op

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    can be seen as making it more a med

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    the text that includes the Bodley 9

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    3.1 Literary Context Anglo-Norman t

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    usages. This was the time when Engl

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    provides most of the material for t

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    Middle English All the sources ment

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    on one’s whole life that will fol

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    I have shown previously that the Pe

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    where other evidence is lacking, is

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    gave its name to the whole text and

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    tous iceaus ki ceste compleison lir

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    3.5 The Dis Comandemens and the Def

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    in the last part of the Pains of Si

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    (Pepys 2498, 542-4). These do not s

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    3.6 The Popularity of the Peines de

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    understandable in terms of ordinary

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    punishment of particular sins by ap

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    3.7 Influences and Analogues The Pr

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    whan þou li�thlich visites þe s

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    translation, but Chaucer has ‘if

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    This is the same passage from the T

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    The Ancrene Riwle The Peines and th

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    A Diplomatic Edition 4. EDITORIAL M

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    Orthography Orthography follows the

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    Punctuation Punctuation has been si

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    5. THE PAINS OF SIN EDITED FROM CAM

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    11 tyme . And þerfore seiþ seint

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    33 alle þe wordes þat euere he sp

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    53 wel streitlich schal al þi lyf

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    78 uous þan any pyne þat may be

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    103 rauisshen þe soule wiþ hem in

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    129 body al naked and despoyled .

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    a pena de more greued þan þe body

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    179 in on manere for enchesoun þat

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    204 mychel slepest . And whan men c

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    229 hate . whan men han suspekte an

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    254 afterward ententiflich on þe l

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    279 he ne mote come forþ bifore cr

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    304 fyre . and þat fyre þai schul

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    328 depascet eos Deþ schal be her

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    352 hy loueden so mychel in þis we

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    375 may tellen . ne ei�en seen .

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    gaudium teriores . þe þridd ioye

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    426 men owen to haue in alle her wy

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    452 he haþ deliuered þe by his me

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    479 in pouerte . and in obedience b

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    506 len haue so mychel power þat h

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    532 ken þe werlde for hym . þan h

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    Manuscripts 6. WORKS CITED Cambridg

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    Rothwell, W., Gregory, S. and Trott

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    Trethewey, W.H. (1958) The French T

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    Le Goff, J. (1984) The Birth of Pur

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    Warner, G.F. and Gilson, J.P. (1921

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    John Colop’s common profit book (

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    Content f. 1 A short exposition of

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    22 of þe ioies of heuen euer schul

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    122 seit fini entre les aungeles e

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    170 almes aussi longement come eles

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    19 riche . e il hait mout a lesser

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    61 par lur bone volunte � pur la

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    103 vus etes donc isci? pouere pur

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    And thane many synnes that thow may

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    The seconde peyne ys thys: the gret

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    The fyfte payne ys the sekenesse th

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    and shalle haue more swiftnesse the

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    APPENDIX FOUR: A COMPARISON OF THE

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    Quotiens excepto desiderio filiorum

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    Si se aut in ecclesia aut extre ecc

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