Collations for The Life and Death of Jason

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Collation Book 5

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

No individual arguments precede each book in text A.
The Death of Cyzicus. Phineus freed from the Harpies.

Argument: The Death of Cyzicus. Phineus freed from the Harpies.

 

V.13

being come

soon being come soon being come
V.25 an officer a champion tall a champion tall
V.26 nigh unto them, asking who they were; nigh, and bade them name themselves withal; nigh, and bade them name themselves withal;
V.27 knew heard heard
V.33 well builded merchant folk well-builded merchant-folk well-builded merchant-folk
V.58 tottering and blind, tottering, lame, and blind, tottering, lame, and blind,
V.66 gan 'gan 'gan
V.70 well nigh well-nigh well-nigh
V.91 The yellow sands fringed like a garment's hem, Which hedged the yellow sands the sea-flood's hem, Which hedged the yellow sands the sea-flood's hem,
V.118 neath 'neath 'neath
V.119   wild wood wild-wood
V.136 No kekel hath ever passed, Which no keel yet hath passed; although Which no keel yet hath passed; although
V.139 some   a
       
V.141 leave not leave us not leave us not
V.171 happiest of all happiest man of all happiest man of all
V.179 To thee and thine Both thee and thine Both thee and thine
V.188 scape   'scape 'scape
V.193 in show in all show in all show
V.197 Feast Eat Eat
V.201 drank drink drank
V.203 their ears the king's   their wondering ears the king's words rang,
V.231 snatchers   Snatchers
V.254 that one that one which one
V.267 knowest   know'st
V.279 offspring, since, upon that day,   offspring; fearless they and wise,
V.280 father wrought within them in such way,   father's children: dight in such-like guise
V.281 They had no fear: but now,   As well availed them: so,
V.297 fair dyed   fair-dyed
V.301 those loathly things did fly   these loathly things did wheel
V.302 and swords raised high,   and restless steel,
V.315 hall door   hall-door
V.326 north-winds   Northwind's
V.344 to the   towards the
V.355 white headed   white-headed
V.371 given me   given to me
V.385 desire not to die,   wish that they might not die,
V.386 wish   hope
V.387 That   Which
       
       
       
       

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