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This is a wide-ranging interdisciplinary collection of material from primary sources, illustrating the relationship between cultural change and religious belief in sixteenth-century Europe. It contains more than eighty extracts drawn from a variety of genres including political, religious, philosophical and legal writing, diaries, letters, plays, poems and fiction. Some have never previously been published, others have t been reprinted since their original appearance in the sixteenth century, and a number are translated into modern English for the first time.It includes writing from such rewned thinkers as Erasmus, Luther, Machiavelli, and Sir Thomas More, besides that of lesser-kwn authors. Works of literature also feature extensively, and writings from Cervantes, Rabelais, Edmund Spenser, and Sir Philip Sidney amongst many others are all to be found here.A general introduction describes the anthology's central aim - to explore aspects of the interrelationship between the politics, religion and writing of the period. The book is divided into eight thematic sections. Spelling in the extracts has been sensitively modernized throughout, and the editors provide a headte and appropriate explanatory antation for each item.
David Englander is Lecturer in European Humanities Studies. Diana Norman is Lecturer in Art History.Rosemary O'Day is Senior Lecturer in History.W. R. Owens is Staff Tutor in Literature.
David Englander, Diana Norman, Rosemary O'Day, W. R. Owens