The English Mind
Kessinger Publishing, 2004/01/01 - 312 ページ
The English Mind is an intellectual survey of the sixteenth century pertaining to its tastes, opinions and appreciations, as they expressed themselves in scholarship and literature, in philosophy and science, and in religious reform. Contents: English Education in Letters; English Reformation: Wycliff; Lollardy and Peacock and Gascoigne; Social Discontent and Lutheran Influence: Tyndale; Church Revolution by Royal Prerogative and Acts of Parliament; Prayer Book and Articles and the Elizabethan Settlement; Hugh Latimer; Puritan Doctrine; The Anglican Via Media: Richard Hooker; Elizabethans; Raleigh, Sidney, Spenser; Dramatic Self-expression of the Elizabethan Age.
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