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The Later Middle Ages

A Sourcebook

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 368
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Palgrave Sourcebooks

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15 November 2010

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This substantial anthology of documents offers students of later medieval English literature, society and history a range of interdisciplinary perspectives through which to understand the literary texts from the period...

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This substantial anthology of documents offers students of later medieval English literature, society and history a range of interdisciplinary perspectives through which to understand the literary texts from the period 1350-1550. Informed by the latest scholarship and meticulous original research, it includes both classic texts and brings rare materials back into circulation. The documents illustrate and illuminate the languages of medieval England, its books and methods of manuscript production; as well as the diverse richness of the spirituality, chivalry and scientific knowledge that shaped the later medieval world. Supported by a wide-range of pedagogically-designed tools to help students find their way into the history, literature and culture of the period, The Later Middle Ages: A Sourcebook includes:• An authoritative introduction outlining key historical events, social and political movements, and literary and cultural ideas of the time. • Informative headnotes, footnotes and section introductions, supporting the material and providing insights into how individual documents aid the reading of major texts• A timeline and a chronological list of the major literary events of the period• A comprehensive guide to further reading and useful websitesThe Later Middle Ages: A Sourcebook makes available documents that are both important in their own right, and crucial for an understanding of the literary output of the period, challenging boundaries between text and context, literature and history. The rich source material and essential context that this book provides make it an invaluable resource for all students of Medieval Studies.

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Informed by the latest scholarship and includes a broad range of material including both classic texts and texts?
Supported by a widerange of pedagogicallydesigned tools to help students find their way into the history, literature and culture of the period 13501550

Series Editor's Preface
Chronology
Introduction
The English Languages
Spiritual Affirmations, Aspirations and Anxieties
Violence and the Work of Chivalry
Scientia; Knowledge, Practical, Theoretical and Historical
Book Production, The World of Manuscripts, Patrons and Readers
Producing and Exchanging: Work in Manors and Towns
Polity and Governance, Unity and Disunity
Further Reading
Index.

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CAROLYN P. COLLETTE is Professor of English at Mount Holyoke College, USA. Her recent books include Species, Phantasms and Images: Vision and Medieval Psychology in the Canterbury Tales, Performing Polity: Women and Agency in the Anglo-French Tradition and The Legend of Good Women: Context and Reception.

HAROLD GARRETT-GOODYEAR is Professor of History at Mount Holyoke College, USA.

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CAROLYN P. COLLETTE is Professor of English at Mount Holyoke College, USA. Her recent books include Species, Phantasms and Images: Vision and Medieval Psychology in the Canterbury Tales, Performing Polity: Women and Agency in the Anglo-French Tradition and The Legend of Good Women: Context and Reception.

HAROLD GARRETT-GOODYEAR is Professor of History at Mount Holyoke College, USA.

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