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DIMEV 3587
IMEV 2231.8
NIMEV 2231.8
My daughter my darling
A recurring couplet in a Latin homily translating the text: ‘Audi filia et vide’ (Ps. 44.11)
Note: Cf. 2085.
Subjects: sermons, verse in; scripture texts, translations of
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Bodley 26 (SC 1871), f. 193
Transcription:
My doȝter my derlyngge
Herkne my lore yse my thechyng
Note: Occurs ff. 193 et passim.
Editions:
Robbins, Rossell Hope. “The Earliest Carols and the Franciscans.” Modern Language Notes 53 (1938): 239-45: 243.
Pfander, Homer Garrison. “The Popular Sermon of the Medieval Friar in England.” Diss. New York University, 1937: 46.
Silverstein, Theodore, ed. Medieval English Lyrics. York Medieval Texts. London: Edw. Arnold, 1971: 53-4.