Eng 332 - Tudor Prose and Poetry
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        Date     Subject     Originator  
        3/29/01     The Right to Read     Janet Wright Starner  
        12/13/00     The Allegorical Content in John Skelton's 'Bowge of Court'     Alice Fink  
        12/8/00     Annotated Bibliography for Sidney     R. Bonnie Pajka  
        12/8/00     Works Cited for Sidney     R. Bonnie Pajka  
        12/8/00     Sir Philip Sidney     R. Bonnie Pajka  
        12/8/00     Katherine Parr     Tonya MArvin  
        12/8/00     Information about Henry VIII     Tonya MArvin  
        12/8/00     Other Sources     Tonya MArvin  
        12/8/00     Comparing Anne Askew and Lady Jane Grey     Tonya MArvin  
        12/8/00     Anne Askew     Tonya MArvin  
        12/8/00     Jane Shore: Selfless Victim or Filthy Harlot?     steph  
        12/8/00     Anne Askew and Her Execution     Tonya MArvin  
        12/8/00     Sir Philip Sidney and His Role as Writer     R. Bonnie Pajka  
        12/8/00     Gender and Social Class in the Work of Lanyer and Johnson     sarah snik  
        12/8/00     Paper for the course     Janet Wright Starner  
        10/23/00     Sonnets     Janet Wright Starner  
        10/23/00     Sonnets     Janet Wright Starner  
        10/23/00     Sonnets     Janet Wright Starner  
        9/29/00     Exam 1     Janet Wright Starner  
        9/28/00     Creating Topics     Janet Wright Starner  

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Dr. Janet Wright Starner || Writing Center Director || Assistant Professor/English || Wilkes University