Collations for The Life and Death of Jason

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Collation Book 4

A Text B Text C Text D Text
Argument: no individual arguments precede each book in text A.

Argument: no individual arguments precede each book in text B. Argument: The quest begun - The loss of Hylas and Hercules.

Argument: The quest begun - The loss of Hylas and Hercules

 

IV.17

17: Tokens

  token-gifts
IV.21: and swelled their hearts with pride     and their hearts swelled with pride
IV.30: not sweet eyes and bosoms white:     not soft eyes and bosoms white.
IV.36

wingèd

wingèd

winged
IV.41 And now, the streets being past, they reached the bay,   They passed the streets, they reached the salt-sea bight,
IV.42 by the well-built quay long Argo lay,   lay long Argo by the quay-head white,
IV.43 Glorious with gold, and shining in the sun.   With all her gold sun-litten, and ablaze;
IV.44 The first they shouted, and each man begun   Loud cried the heroes, and began to raise
IV.45 Against his shield to strike hi   The song of bossy shield and
IV.52 red wine     wine
IV.61: while my sire     and my sire
IV.81: Still needful of wise Tiphys' skilful hand     With golden eyesturned toward the Colchian land
IV.82 With golden eyes toward the Cholcian [sic] land Still heedful of wise Tiphys' skilful hand   Made heedful of wise Tiphys' skilful hand
IV.89 the altar and the temple by the sea   Altar and temple and its brazen Lord.
IV.90 silently   spake no word,
IV.109: O grey old sea O bitter     O bitter sea, tumultuous sea,
IV.195 still they drifted slowly towards the east;   to the eastward still they drifted on;
IV.196 with sweet sleep the others crowned the feast,   for all others waking-tide was done,
IV.197 But   Save
IV.218 he still   sore he
IV.226 sharp   the
IV.239 Then   So then
IV.241 whoso thou mayst be   whatso name thou hast,
IV.242 yet, I pray, of me   let the past be past,
IV.243 Ask not my name,   Nor ask my name,
IV.295 was   were
IV.324 there the mouth of yon cave scarce could reach,   scarce the cavern's mouth made shift to reach,
IV.331 beach   stand
IV.332 and made shift to reach   whiles, and whiles laid hand
IV.333 some few birds'   On seafowls'
IV.351 fleece   Fleece
IV.371 anchored   waited
IV.387 From whence the stream came   From whence the stream welled,
IV.411 So   Thre
IV.425 lovely   ivory
IV.448 I was being   my soul was
IV.483 was   were
IV.565 gleaming   fair-gleaming
IV.619 round   about
IV.657 his well-known sbout in reply thereto, shout well-known in answer thereunto: shout well-known in answer thereunto:
IV.713 therefore, therefore, therefor,
       
       
       
       

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