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the Italian, except for changes introducing an autobiographical note. (See 1n, 4n.) Pastorells from Maria Bonardo frattegiano There where the pleasant Eske Glydes full of siluer with her happy vawes, And cleds with Emeralds both the Banks, The sheepheard Damon His Temples girt about with verdant Bayes Like to a stranger swaine At the sunes rising with golden brows, All glad sent forth these words: Let the nobell crew of sheepheardes know, waves clads, clothes 14-16 Fr. is more elaborate: ‘Because they opened the door to the pangs I suffered since the time I saw

in Pastoral poetry of the English Renaissance