The Road from Italy to England - This is where Erasmus wrote The Praise of Folly.
Folly's Platform - The is where Folly makes her speech.
The Fortunate Isles - This is where Folly was born and raised by her parents and attendants.
Pleasure - This accompanies some forms of madness.
Divinity - This is a part of Folly's nature, because Folly makes good things possible and is worshiped by all, whether they realize it or not.
Wisdom - According to the narrator, this is knowledge that men cannot and should not have.
Folly - The narrator says that this is found in all manner of frivolous, foolish, deceitful, and sinful activities.
Happiness - This is considered by the narrator to be achievable only through Folly.
Deception - According to the narrator, this is made possible through Folly and is necessary for people to love themselves and...
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