[COMPLETE]Compendious History of English Literature and the English Language, Vol. I, by George L. Craik - kit
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yes this epic work is quite something. You did really well with the Middle English here. And this is not so difficult to understand even for modern readers. It was an interesting section.
I only found one tiny stumble in Section 24:
> at 14:09: (p. 251) stumble and repeat " as anchors and heremites" – a small part can be cut
> at 18:19: (p. 255) here ends the section, but I was wondering now whether we should not make one section of the two and have the whole poem in one section. Both sections together are barely 35 minutes, so it's not that long and then we would have an ensemble for this part. I thought it would be much longer, but the poetry lines are so short that it took less time than expected.
If you agree, could you simply paste the other section here ? The outro can be left as it's still the same section. But the next sections will have different numbers, as I will delete one section. Waiting for confirmation before I do anything though.
super, thank you Jim. Glad you agree. Please also feel free to change the next 5 Chaucer sections, if you think that they can be turned into let's say only 3 sections of about 25-30 minutes, if you find a better breaking point. These divisions are not set in stone.
PL ok now and I'll rearrange the MW...