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Sukanta Chaudhuri

his side. The thing is imagined to be don in the Ile of Sicily by the Sea shore of whose singing, this Idillion is called Bvcoliastae, that is, Singers of a Neteheards song. BVCOLIASTÆ. Daphnis. Menalcas. Gotehearde. With louely Netehearde Daphnis on the hills, they saie, Shepehearde Menalcas mett, vpon a summers daie. Both youthfull striplings, both had yeallow heades of heare, In whistling both, and both in singing skilfull weare. Menalcas first, behoulding Daphnis, thus bespake. Menalcas. Wilt thou in singing, Netehearde Daphnis, vndertake To striue with me? for

in Pastoral poetry of the English Renaissance