--- Renaissance Essays: John Skelton

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show you what others think about a given subject, and to perhaps spark an
interest or an idea in you. To take one of these essays, copy it, and to pass
it off as your own is known as plagiarism—academic dishonesty which will
result (in every university I've heard tell of) in suspension or dismissal from
the university. Not only are your professors as technology savvy as you are,
they will not tolerate theft of another's intellectual efforts.

John Skelton =Student Essay

Pium Vestrum Catullum Britannum: The Influence of Catullus' Poetry on John Skelton - Juan Castro Carracedo
"To lerne you to dye when ye wyll": John Skelton and the Ars Moriendi Tradition - Juan Castro Carracedo
"Measure is Treasure": Financial and Political Prudence in John Skelton's Magnificence - Tai-Won Kim
Constructing the Sexual Subject of John Skelton - A. W. Barnes
Devils and Vices in English Non-cycle Plays: Sacrament and Social Body - John D. Cox
What's in a Name? The Transmission of "John Skelton, Laureate" in Manuscript and Print - Jane Griffiths
[Early Tudor Poetry: John Skelton] - John M. Berdan
Reality -- Mirror -- Allegory: John Skelton - Anna Torti
Conception, flies, and heresy in Skelton's 'Replycacion' - Victor I. Scherb
Skelton's 'Speke Parott': Language, Madness and the Role of the Court Poet - Simon Brittan
Who is Colin Clout? - Jim Nielson
Skelton and Barclay, Medieval and Modern - David R. CarlsonEMLS
The Allegorical Content in John Skelton's 'Bowge of Court' - Alice Fink

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