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An Unrecorded Version of "The Ship of Fools"

Richard Levin
The Review of English Studies
New Series, Vol. 54, No. 216 (Sep., 2003), pp. 464-472
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3661508
Page Count: 9
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An Unrecorded Version of "The Ship of Fools"
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Abstract

Although Timothy Granger never acknowledges this relationship, most of his poem, "The, xxv, orders of Fooles" (c. 1570), is a very close copy of portions of Alexander Barclay's translation of "The Ship of Fools" (1509, 1570) and should be considered a condensed version of Barclay. Granger may also have been influenced by the catalogue of fools in Robert Copland's "Jyl of braintfords testament (c. 1563)."

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