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The Tunning of Elynour Rummyng is a long raucous poem written by English poet John Skelton. The poem was printed by Richard Lant sometime in 1550 and …
Romyng, Eleanor [Elynour Rummyng] (fl. 1525), ale seller, worked in Leatherhead, Surrey, and in August 1525 was fined the standard sum of 2d. for retailing …
14 June 2017 — Elynour Rummyng was but one single example, an archetype, of the hatred aimed at alewives during the later medieval and Early Modern periods.
To Elynour Rummynge, To haue of her tunnynge : She leneth them on the same, And thus begynneth the game. … Bynde theyr heddes about ; Some haue no herelace,
A poem by Skelton, is a vigorous Hogarthian description of contemporary low life. Elinour Rumming is an alewife who dwells beside Leatherhead and brews …
Comely crynkled,. Woundersly wrynkled,. Lyke a rost pygges eare,. Brystled wyth here. Her lewde lyppes twayne,. They …
by E Spina · 1967 · Cited by 12 — Skeltonic Meter in Elynour Rummyng. By ELAINE SPINA. S KELTON’S verse is not directed primarily to the eye; very likely vernacular verse in the early years …
12 Apr 2017 — Satirically twisting the traditional literary commendation of a woman 170 History Workshop Journal through a detailed catalogue of her appealing …
“When Skelton wore the Laurel Crown, My Ale put all the Ale-wives down.” George Steevens having heard that a copy of Rand’s edition was in the Library of …
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The Tunning of Elynour Rummyng. Robert S. Kinsman (ed.), Clarendon Medieval and Tudor Series: John Skelton: Poems · Contents. Open section Front Matter.
“The Tunning of Elynour Rummyng” is a long raucous poem written by English poet John Skelton . The poem was printed by Richard Lant sometime in 1550 and …
by RJ Frontain · 2008 — Envy, SimplE linES, and thE FEStivE modE oF SkElton’S. Elynour rummyng cused of failing to stifle the slightest festive impulse, argues that.