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By Alistair Galt

Sue by no means controlled to shake that humiliating nickname--but she deserved it! Even a gangbang couldn't subdue her overflowing lust for sensual delights!

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See Ruether : – for a brief discussion of this putative derivation. In this ‘leyed’ acts much as our colloquial ‘lay’ does today; see definitions under ‘leien’ in the Middle English Dictionary. The lament of the aged man in Chaucer’s Pardoner’s Tale, ‘leeve moder, leet me in’ (PT ), likewise draws on this tradition. A useful précis of mother earth in literary terms may be found in Merchant : –. See Oerlemans :  for this precise articulation, but it forms the theme of his book and is broadly explained in his Introduction.

Like ‘erthe toc of erthe’ and ‘wrecche mon whi artou proud’, this lyric foregrounds the organic nature of our bodies, but here the personal pronouns add a certain bite, which lends a potentially vindictive tone, beyond the ironic detachment preferred by most commentators. It becomes a puzzle to locate the voice of this poem. We could easily imagine one person directing it with more than conventional force at another, a tack which would lead us into the realms of courtly writing and rather embittered thwarted love-lyrics.

Chap 1 8/9/06 Earth 2:47 pm Page 23 23 On the other hand, there is general consensus on the meaning of the poem. We understand at once that we are dealing with a mortality lyric, which warns us against valuing the things of this world too highly, and indeed this interpretation shaped the way the lyric was expanded and altered through the fifteenth century (see Murray : xxix–xxxviii). Read thus the emphasis tends to fall on the ‘woh’ of seizing earthly goods while alive, reminding us that they will benefit us little once we are in the grave.

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