compare frags, 1va, shall, wyll well (one phrase), 2rb, shall x 4, well x 2, joyfull, 3ra, lytell, wyll, 5ra, castell, 5rb, sorowfull, all, with BL, MS Royal 18.
Although cropped along the top, the first of these shows the bottom two thirds of an armed man in front of a castle with arms raised overhead on the left; he faces the right toward a larger figure dressed in more ornamental armor, whose arms are also upraised (Hodnett 902; frag.
For example, Guedon's direct question about Geffray's identity in the manuscript ("What art thou knight that art so bold to com hither," 177r) is compressed into a short piece of indirect discourse (he "demaunded of Geffray what he was," frag.
The Bodleian catalogue appears to assume that quires were made up of three bifolia, since frag.
cropped horizontally along second line; frag, lvb); "[paragraph] How Froymont brother to Geffray was professed monke at Mayllerez by consentement of his fader and moder.
Hodnett may have identified the very narrow vertical edge of the woodcut on Melusyne frag.
The evidence provided here and Sanchez-Marti s argument both counter the proposal in Hodnett, English Woodcuts, 23, that Melusyne was likely to have been "fully and appropriately illustrated with copies from a French edition, " although frag.
II, 201r-203r (jean d'Arras, Melusine, 340-344); frag.
With the visor down, oxygen mask on, and chin strap cinched, I experienced no facial injuries or discomfort from wind blast, even though the canopy and part of the windscreen had been carried away by the frag