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VII, continued E

se&us hen doblada, Si.m vezi’una vegada, Sobira e vos sotrana.”

VIII “Seigner, tan sui

Que tota.”

m’avea lawada, enojada;

en Seigner, Per so

Pois

prea m’avea levada,

dis la vilana, per

so.m n’aurea

so&da

E la

Al

partir: muz

a

bada, fols, bada m&ma.”

Ix

“Toiestraing car e salvatge

60

Pot

ric

Ab

de

Adomesg’om

watge.

conosc trespassatge Qu’ab aital toza

horn Fat amistat

I’us I’autre

compaignatge coratge , engana.”

Si

non

Ben

vilana

al

per

65

X “Don, pliu

de

Juie

horn coitaa

follatge

e promet gatge:

Si.m fariaa homenatge,

Seigner,

so.m

dis la vilana;

Mas

ieu, per

un pauc d’intratge,

Non

vuoil ges

mon

piucellatge

70

Camjar

per nom de

putana.”

XI

a sa

“Toza, tota creatura Revertis natura: Pareilk pareilladura

Devem,

ieu e

vos, vilana,

75

A Car plus

Per

la

la

l’abric lone

pastura,

far

n’estarea seguta cam doussana”

XII “Don, oc;

mas segon dreitwa

Cerca fols

sa

follatura,

80

Corte.5 corta’aventura,

E.il viIan.s

ab la vilana;

tal lot fai sens fraitwa

horn

garda maura,

gem anciana.”

En On So dia la

non

z. “L’autrier jost’una sebissa,”

Non vi

plus

Ni de son

plus

rostra figure

autra

tafixa

car

trek&x,.”

90

cavecs vos ahura,

85

“Toza,

Que taJs bad’en Qu’autre n’espera

peintura mana.”

XIII

de

Fig.

XIV “Don, lo

la

la

continued

And it would be doubled If I saw myself just once Above and you below.”

“Sir, you have praised me so much That I am quite annoyed; Since you have raised me in worth, Sir,” so said to me the peasant girl, “You will have for recompense On departure: gape, fool, gape Vainly waiting at noonday.”

“Young girl, a wild and skittish heart One can tame by using it. I certainly realize on passing by here That with such a young peasant girl A man can find noble company

heartfelt friendship, If neither deceives the other.”

Wkh

“Sir, a man pressed by madness Swears and pledges and guarantees: Thus you would do me homage, Sir,” so said to me the peasant gid; “But I, for a cheap entrance fee, Do not want to exchange my virginity For the name

ofwhore.”

“Young girl, every creature Reverts to its nature; We should prepare to form a couple, You and I, peasant girl, Under cover beside the pasture, For you will be in greater safety there To do the sweet thing.”

“Sir, yes; but according to what is right,

The

fool

seeks his foolishness,

The courtly, courtly adventures

And the peasant boy, the peasant girl;

Wisdom is lacking in any place (circumstance)

is ancients.”

Where moderation So say the

not observed,

“Young girl, about your I never saw one more dishonest, Nor a heart more deceitful.”

f&e,

“Sir, the owl promises you That one man gapes before the painting

While

the

other expects reward.”

39

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