"Irisdision," in the Interlude of "Johan the Euangelyst"

W. H. Williams
1908 Modern Language Review  
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more » ... rin.' Unfortunately I am unable to follow up these various clues, and can merely suggest that the history of the Flemings in England in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, if examined with reference to hints supplied in Wealth and Health, might yield results more or less conclusive for the dating of the interlude.
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