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Super tertio deponit eundem esse verum for that he this deponent was in the parlor and sawe the minstrells playinge and the articulated Wim Appowell then and ther Daw[n]cinge wth diuers women whose names this iurate knoweth not and at the ende of the daw[n]ces he kissed them vt dicit et aliter nescit deponere./
Non iam illud quaero, contra ut me diligat lila, aut, quod non potis est, esse pudica uelit; ipse ualere opto et taetrum hunc deponere morbum.
at non Cyrene, namque ultro adfata timentem: 'nate, licet tristis animo deponere curas.
bonos prelatos, castrare & eos de regno suo & prelatura deponere ut loco eorum valeant imperare" [Because they devour and castigate their {bad} sons, good prelates and judges are hated by evil subjects who fear that they will be devoured in like manner.
The speaker's argument culminates with a series of questions to "Catullus" that imply the logical inevitability of "Catullus'" being able to change his miserable state: "You ought to be able to take pleasure in the knowledge that you have been plus, and that knowledge ought to console you in your misery, so why do you continue to torment yourself?" "Catullus'" answer to the speaker's questions (difficile est longum subito deponere amorem) exposes the fallacy in the speaker's argument.
Isti non sunt officiales sed simplices servitores; et istos semper consuevit magister cappellae ponere, et deponere, et mutare; quotiens visum est esse expediens honori, aut necessitati cappellae aut paci vel quieti.
et quaerere semper / commutare lucum, quasi onus deponere possit" (III, 1053-1054).
59r, MS) Bene dicitur <<corda uolente deo>>, quia nequaquam potuissent (ex poteissent) naturalem ferociam deponere, nisi caelestis interueniret auctoritas.
(8) This element could be linked to the existential anxiety that finds a sort of mental peace in our motions, as Lucretius expressed in his De rerum natura: "[...] et quaerere semper / commutare locum, quasi onus deponere possit" (III, 1053-1054).
Insomma non occorre pregare, come Catullo, di deponere morbum?