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IMEV 848.5
NIMEV 848.5
For thilk ground that beareth the weeds wick
One stanza (I. 946-52) from Troilus and Criseyde (5248) occurring separately
Author(s): Geoffrey Chaucer
Title(s): Troilus and Criseyde
Subjects: Fortune; mutability
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Addit. 17492 [Devonshire], f. 59v
First Lines:
for thylke grownde þat beareth the wedes wycke
beareth eke these holsome herbes as ful ofte…
Last Lines:
…and next the darke myght the glade morow
and allso Ioye ys next the fyne off sorowe
Editions:
Southall, Raymond. “The Devonshire Manuscript Collection of Early Tudor Poetry, 1532-41.” Review of English Studies n.s. 15 (1964): 142-50: 144.