Fools' Plays: A study of satire in the sottie

@inproceedings{Arden1980FoolsPA,
  title={Fools' Plays: A study of satire in the sottie},
  author={Heather M. Arden},
  year={1980}
}
Preface Introduction 1. The plays 2. The origins and players of the sottie 3. The sottie as drama 4. Satire in the sottie 5. The theme of social hierarchy in the sottie 6. The importance of folly in the sottie Appendix Notes Bibliography Index. 
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