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Background to the English renaissance : introductory lectures

Author: J B Trapp
Publisher: London : Gray-Mill Pub., 1974.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J B Trapp
OCLC Number: 46881343
Notes: The transcript of six lectures for first-year students in the English department of University Colege London.--Foreword.
Description: 108 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The Renaissance : period or movement? / E.H. Gombrich.--The Renaissance label / J.R. Hale.--The ambivalent English Reformation / A.G. Dickens.--Renaissance music / B. Pattison.--Education in the Renaissance / J.B. Trapp.--Rhetoric and the Renaissance / J.B. Trapp.
Responsibility: [edited by] J.B. Trapp.

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