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The thought & culture of the English Renaissance : an anthology of Tudor prose 1481-1555

Author: Elizabeth M Nugent
Publisher: Cambridge [England] : University Press, 1956.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Thought & culture of the English Renaissance.
Cambridge [Eng.] : University Press, 1956
(OCoLC)644145958
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth M Nugent
OCLC Number: 351628
Description: xix, 703 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: William Grocyn --
Thomas Linacre --
Margaret Beaufort --
Richard Fox --
John Colet --
Sebastian Brant --
Cuthbert Tunstall --
Giovanni Francesco Pico Della Mirandola --
Desiderius Erasmus --
St. Thomas More --
Juan Luis Vives --
Thomas Lupset --
Sir Thomas Elyot --
Stephen Gardiner --
John Stanbridge --
John Colet and William Lily --
William Horman --
Robert Whittinton --
Alexander Barclay --
Leonard Cox --
Gulielmus Fullonius --
John Rastell --
William Tyndale --
Thomas Starkey --
Sir Anthony Fitzherbert --
Simon Fish --
Christopher Saint-German --
Reginald Pole --
Sir John Cheke --
Macer Floridus --
Act of Parliament --
Jerome of Brunswick --
Thomas Geminus --
Eucharius Roesslin --
John Caius --
John Alcock --
St. John Fisher --
Hugh Latimer --
John De Feckenham --
William Atkinson --
Richard Whytford --
Jacobus de Gruytroede --
Richard de Methley --
King Henry VIII --
Miles Coverdale --
John Frith --
The Book of Common Prayer --
Robert Fabyan --
John Bourchier, Lord Berners --
John Rastell --
Jan van Dvesborch --
Peter Martyr d'Anghiera --
Edward Hall --
George Cavendish --
John Bouge --
Nicholas Harpsfield --
Philippe Camus --
Jean d'Arras --
John Capgrave.
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth M. Nugent ; introduced by Douglas Bush [and others].

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