4 edition of Modern England. found in the catalog.
1912 by J.M. Dent & sons, ltd. .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HN385 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||12035696|
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The Politics of Female Alliance in Early Modern England expands our knowledge of yet another facet of female alliance: the political. Archival discoveries as Modern England.
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book Septem Guns had an enormous impact on the social, economic, cultural, and political lives of civilian men, women and children of all social strata in early modern England.
In this study, Lois Schwoerer identifies and analyzes England’s domestic gun culture from touncovering how guns became available, what effects they had on society, and. by Early Modern England Febru Samuel Pepys: Plague, Modern England.
book, Revolution Exhibit at the National Maritime Museum by Early Modern England Decem Michael Schoenfeldt's fascinating study explores the close relationship between selves and bodies, psychological inwardness and corporeal processes, as they are represented in English Renaissance literature.
After Galen, the predominant medical paradigm of the period envisaged a self governed by humors, literally embodying inner emotion by locating and explaining human.
Book Description. Dreams in Early Modern England offers an in-depth exploration of the variety of different ways in which early modern people understood and interpreted dreams, from medical explanations to political, religious or supernatural associations.
Through examining how dreams were discussed and presented in a range of diffrerent texts, including both published works. Sex before Sex makes clear that we cannot simply transfer Modern England. book contemporary notions of Modern England. book constitutes a sex act into the past and expect them to be true for those who were then reading literature and watching plays.
The contributors confront how our current critical assumptions about definitions of sex restrict our understanding of representations of sexuality in early modern. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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book. “Sleep in Early Modern England is a wonderful book. It is beautifully written, exhaustively researched, and consistently fascinating.”—Garrett A.
Sullivan Jr., Renaissance Quarterly “Full of colourful details that make for an engrossing study.”—Angela Ranson, Renaissance and Reformation. The Early Modern Book in England.
Course Convenors: Arnold Hunt; Giles Mandelbrote Maximum: 15 students Venue: Senate House. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the English book trade was transformed from a small business into a major industry. This course explores the history of the production, distribution and consumption of both.
Pens and Needles Women's Textualities in Early Modern England Susan Frye. pages | 7 x 10 | 21 color, 31 b/w illus. Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Material Texts View table of contents and excerpt "Susan Frye's book is a beautiful and powerful.
Religion and Society in Early Modern England is a thorough sourcebook covering interplay between religion, politics, society, and popular culture in the Tudor and Stuart periods. It covers the crucial topics of the Reformation through narratives, reports, literary works, orthodox and unorthodox religious writing, institutional church documents, and parliamentary proceedings.
This book should also prove useful in the classroom It is only fitting that a book so productively devoted to the history of textual consumption should itself appeal to a wide audience."— and Readers in Early Modern England examines readers, reading, and publication practices from the Renaissance to the Restoration.
The. A Short History of Early Modern England presents the historical and cultural information necessary for a richer understanding of English Renaissance literature.
Written in a clear and accessible style for an undergraduate level audience; Gives an overview of the period’s history as well as an understanding of the historiographic issues. Over the years I've read and bought stacks of books about England: picture books, travel guides, cookery books, historical novels, history books.
England holds an endless fascination for me and I never tire of finding yet another book, yet another look at. Book Description. For the people of early modern England, the dividing line between the natural and supernatural worlds was both negotiable and porous - particularly when it.
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EXCERPT: This study considers the figure of the bastard in the context of analogies of the family and the state in early modern England. The trope of illegitimacy, more than being simply a narrative or character-driven issue, is a vital component in the evolving construction and representation of British national identity in prose and drama of the sixteenth and early.
Get this from a library. The care of brute beasts: a social and cultural study of veterinary medicine in early modern England. [Louise Hill Curth].
This book provides an account of the daily experiences of women in Tudor England, using first-hand sources such as diaries, letters, and household accounts. The book focuses on the preoccupations of ordinary women, comparing the makeshift economy of the poorest with the ambitions and activities of those from wealthier backgrounds.
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Book Burning in Tudor and Stuart England David Cressy Ohio State University This article treats book burning and censorship in England between the 1 s and the s as part of the communications repertoire of the early modern state. Combating heresy, blasphemy, and sedition, Tudor and Stuart authorities subjected transgressive.
The acre-ocracy of England: a list of all owners of three thousand acres and upwards, with their possessions and incomes, arranged under their various counties, also their colleges and clubs; culled from the modern domesday book.
Culled from "The Modern Domesday Book" by J. Bateman by Bateman, J. (John)Pages: Book of Sports, formally Declaration of Sports, order issued by King James I of England for use in Lancashire to resolve a conflict, on the subject of Sunday recreations, between the Puritans and the gentry, many of whom were Roman Catholics.
Permission was given for dancing, archery, leaping and vaulting, and for “having of May games, Whitsun ales and morris dances, and the. This book examines the seventeenth-century project for a "real" or "universal" character: a scientific and objective code.
Focusing on the Essay towards a real character, and a philosophical language () of the polymath John Wilkins, Fleming provides a detailed explanation of how a real The Mirror of Information in Early Modern England Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.