THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN SKELTON (VOL. 1&2)
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN SKELTON (VOL. 1&2)

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E1000734298
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E-ARTNOW
Fecha edición:
Materia
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4064066057848
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This carefully crafted e-artnow ebook collection "The Poetical Works of John Skelton" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: Of the death of the noble prince, Kynge Edwarde the Forth Poeta Skelton laureatus libellum suum metrice alloquitur Tetrastichon ad Magistrum Rukshaw The Bowge of Courte Phyllyp Sparowe The tunnyng of Elynour Rummyng Poems against Garnesche Against venemous tongues How euery thing must haue a tyme Prayer to the Father of Heauen To the Seconde Parson To the Holy Gooste "Woffully araid," "Now synge we, as we were wont," "I, liber, et propera, regem tu pronus adora," The maner of the world now a dayes Ware the Hauke Epithaphe. A Deuoute Trentale for old John Clarke "Diligo rustincum cum portant," Lamentatio urbis Norvicen In Bedel, "Hanc volo transcribas," "Igitur quia sunt qui mala cuncta fremunt," "Salve plus decies quam sunt momenta dierum," Henrici Septimi Epitaphium Eulogium pro suorum temporum conditione, tantis principibus non indignum Tetrastichon veritatis Against the Scottes Vnto diuers people that remord this rymynge, Chorus de Dis contra Scottos Chorus de Dis, &c. super triumphali victoria contra Gallos Vilitissimus Scotus Dundas allegat caudas contra Angligenas Elegia in Margaretæ nuper comitissæ de Derby funebre ministerium Why were ye Calliope embrawdred with letters of golde? Cur tibi contexta est aurea Calliope? The Boke of Three Fooles A replycacion agaynst certayne yong scolers abiured of late Magnyfycence, a goodly interlude and a mery Colyn Cloute? Speke, Parrot Why come ye nat to Courte Howe the douty Duke of Albany, lyke a cowarde knyght, ran awaye shamfully, Poems attributed to Skelton: Verses presented to King Henry the Seventh at the feast of St. George The Epitaffe of the moste noble and valyaunt Jaspar late Duke of Beddeforde Elegy on King Henry the Seventh Vox populi, vox Dei The Image of Ipocrysy?

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