„As Alfred says, that learned king:
"The hated man can't intercede;
The angry man's not fit to plead."“

The Owl and the Nightingale, line 942; as translated by Brian Stone in The Owl and the Nightingale, Cleanness, St. Erkenwald (1971), p. 214.
Misattributed
Originál: (is) For hit seide þe king Alfred:<br/>"Selde erendeð wel þe loþe,<br/>an selde plaideð wel þe wroþe."

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