Culture and History, 1350-1600: Essays on English Communities, Identities, and Writing

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David Aers
Wayne State University Press, 1992 - 213 strán (strany)
Six essays explore the making of human identities and agency in English communities between the Great Plague and about 1600. They also focus attention on the processes of understanding past cultures and their texts. Among the topics are court politics, sacred and secular drama, and women. Paper edition (2416-9), $15.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Introduction
1
The Case
7
two The Eucharistand the Construction of Medieval Idenſities
43
Medieval Dramas of
65
Theatres and the English Nation
91
Across
147
six A Whisperin the Earof Early Modernists or Reflections
177
Notes on Contributors
203
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