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  • The Woman Hater: Review 

    McCarthy, Harry R. (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016-12-19)
    This article reviews a production of Francis Beaumont's The Woman Hater (1606) performed by Edward's Boys and presented at the University of Oxford's Catholic Chaplaincy in March 2016. The first mounting of the play since ...
  • Destitute or gentleman? The voices and identity of the poor cloth workers of Exeter's 'Golden Age' 

    Bailey Treleaven, Tamsin (The University of Exeter, 2013-05-05)
    The late seventeenth and early eighteenth century saw the peak, or 'Golden Age' of Exeter's influence in the still dominant cloth trade in England, exporting up to twenty five percent of the national output: by 1700 Exeter ...
  • Inventing the Lollard past: the afterlife of a medieval sermon in early modern England 

    Walsham, Alexandra (Cambridge University Press, 2007-10)
    This essay explores the evolving significance of a famous fourteenth-century Paul's Cross sermon by Thomas Wimbledon in late medieval and early modern England and its transmission from manuscript to print. It highlights ...

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