Runaway Religious in Medieval England, C.1240 1540
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BeschreibungThe first full account of runaway monks and nuns in medieval England.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; Introduction; 1. A question of terms; 2. Legal alternatives; 3. Two questions: how many? and why?; 4. The secular arm; 5. Return and reconciliation; 6. The 1530s; Appendices; Bibliography.
Pressestimmen"...Logan has asked a modest but interesting and revealing question of the records of ecclesiastical history and, after exhaustive research, offers up a very thorough answer...Many compelling human vignettes are offered in this highly readable book." Choice "Logan has produced a welcome, one might almost say definitive study of a neglected aspect of English monastic history. There are five appendixes, a select bibliography, and indexes could have been fuller and subjects. The subject index could have been fuller and better arranged, for the book contains much incidental detail of interest to a wider audience." F.G. Cowley, American Historical Review "...this study is to be most warmly welcomed as the first authoritative account of a much-neglected field; its findings must now be taken into account by all scholars of monastic history. "...the collection and organization of the hard data found in the apprendix will provide a good base for the thoughtful reader's interpretive powers." Albion "...it is a great relief and pleasure to review Professor Logan's balanced and sympathetic study of runaway religious in medieval England. Dr. Logan's book is a very welcome addition to our knowledge and his researches do serve to bring a lot of light to what has been a subject full of individual anecdotes and badly in need of a balanced overall survey. His careful, judicial and well written account of his findings has produced a book which anyone studying medieval relgious life should read." Richard Copsey, The Medieval Review "...the collection and organization of the hard data found in the appendix will provide a good base for the thoughtful reader's interpretive powers." Jo Ann McNamara, Albion
Untertitel: 'Cambridge Studies in Medieval'. Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2002
Seitenanzahl: 324 Seiten