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My friend after I trow a week or two
Thomas Hoccleve, Prologue to the prose Moralizing upon the tale of Gerelaus — four stanzas rhyme royal
Author(s): Thomas Hoccleve
Subjects: prologues; moralizing
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Coventry, Coventry Archives Acc. 325/1, f. 56ra-56rb
First Lines:
MI frende affter I trowe a weke or two
That this tale endid was home to me…
Last Lines:
…And loo in this wise and maner it seith
Which to þat tale is good be knytte in feith
Note: Followed by prose moralizing (ff. 56rb-57rb).
Attributed Title: Here endeth the Prolog And biginnyth the Amoralizinge of þe forsaide tale (f. 56rb)