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Colet

John. ?1467--1519, English humanist and theologian; founder of St. Paul's School, London (1509)
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In "The Humanist Reform of Latin and Latin Teaching" (Kristian Jensen), the relevant work of Melanchthon and other German humanists is mentioned, as is that of Erasmus and Colet.
The first effect of this technique is to eliminate the presence of the author, a result which was Flaubert's ideal--"I do not want my book to contain a single subjective reaction, nor a single reflection by the author" wrote the author of Madame Bovary to Louise Colet.
She was never allowed to set foot in the house after she married Colet.