The strife indeed which Langland would have averted raged only the fiercer as the dark years went by.
At all such men and at all such things, Langland thunders anathema.
English Langland said the same thing of the friars of his time.
His visit at Mrs. Langland's would extend over another fortnight.
Will Langland married a wife,—and he a kind of priest, the parson said suddenly.
He had a little mug of penny-ale, and Langland kept him company.
With Chaucer, Langland, and these illuminators we have a complete exhibition of English life of these times.
Langland, out of the corner of his eye, saw, yet took no notice.
In the midst of these trials and sorrows, Langland had one refuge: his book.
I marvel thou hast not found me out afore, said Langland quietly.