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" How, Child of the Sea ! said Languines, are you strong enough to maintain knighthood ? it is easy to receive, but difficult to maintain ; and he who would keep it well, so many and so difficult are the things he must achieve, that his heart will often... "
Amadis of Gaul - Page 40
by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo - 1803
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1803
...that time in the garden, and fell upon his knees fore him, and said, Sire, if it please you, it is 40 time for me to receive Knighthood. How, Child of the...must atchieve, that his heart will often be troubled 5 and if, through fear, he forsakes what he ought to do, better is death to him than life with shame....
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...presumptuous to have placed his thoughts on her, and dared not to speak to her ; and she who loved him in her heart was careful not to speak more with...well, so many and so difficult are the things he must achieve, that his heart will often be troubled ; and if, through fear, he forsakes what he ought to...
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Amadis of Gaul, Volume 1

1872 - 292 pages
...knighthood. How, Child of the Sea ! said Languines, are you strong enough to maintain knighthood 1 it is easy to receive, but difficult to maintain ;...well, so many and so difficult are the things he must achieve, that his heart will often be troubled ; and if, through fear, he forsakes what he ought to...
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Stories from the Classic Literature of Many Nations

Bertha Palmer - 1898 - 297 pages
...this he greatly desired, thinking that he could do such things that, if he lived, his mistress would esteem him. With this desire he went to the king,...well, so many and so difficult are the things he must achieve, that his heart will often be troubled ; and if, through fear, he forsakes what he ought to...
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A School Reader, Book 4

Fanny E. Coe - 1908
...arms if he were knighted. With this desire he went to the king, and fell upon his knees before him. " Sire, if it please you, it is time for me to receive...It is easy to receive, but difficult to maintain." 181 The king, who feared lest he should do this, replied, " Child of the Sea, I promise to do this....
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