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The Middle Ages provided an important, if complex, set of literary and historiographic models for early modern authors, although the early modern authors responded to the alien political, religious, and cultural landscape of medieval England through their more present ideological concerns. From Shakespeare's manipulation of his medieval source material to Protestant responses to medieval Catholicism, this collection of essays explores the ways that early modern English writers responded to the medieval English literary and historical record, dealing with topics such as historiographic bias, print history, intertextuality, and cultural history.

Publication Date

5-1-2013

Publisher

Medieval Institute Publications

City

Kalamazoo

ISBN

9781580441735

Keywords

Acts and Monuments, Historiography, Jack Cade, Kynge John, Medieval History, Robert Langland, Shakespeare, Tudor England, William Lambarde

Disciplines

Medieval History | Medieval Studies

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Kelen, Sarah A. Renaissance Retrospections: Tudor Views of the Middle Ages. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 2013.

Renaissance Retrospections: Tudor Views of the Middle Ages

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