10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LOLLARDY»
Discover the use of Lollardy
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Lollardy
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
and the Reformation in England: An Historical Survey
An important early twentieth-century study that argued for the importance of Lollard influences on the English Reformation.
John Mirk's Festial: Orthodoxy, Lollardy
and the Common ...
First full analysis of John Mirk's Festial, of particular importance for the evidence it offers for the debate over medieval heresy and orthodoxy.
and Orthodox Religion in Pre-Reformation England: ...
An account of how, in certain parts of sixteenth-century England, challenges to conventional piety anticipated the Reformation.
Enacting the Sacrament: counter-Lollardy
in the Towneley cycle
This book studies the doctrine dramatized in the Towneley Corpus Christi cycle and the interrelationship with Lollardy -- the anticlerical, antisacramental movement that grew out of John Wyclif's teachings.
Pedagogy, Intellectuals, and Dissent in the Later Middle ...
This book is about the place of pedagogy and the role of intellectuals in medieval dissent.
Fourteenth Century England
Nonetheless, in this case, a little comparison seems timely and productive. My
intention in this article is to suggest, in a spirit of neighbourly encouragement, that
scholars of Lollardy have failed fully to notice one of the most interesting features
Identity and Insurgency in the Late Middle Ages
2 R.G. Davies, ' Lollardy and Locality', TRHS, 6th ser., i (1991), 191-212. 3 See
esp. Andrew Hope, 'The Lady and the Bailiff: Lollardy among the Gentry in Yorkist
and Early Tudor England', 250-77; Robert Lutton, 'Connections between ...
Reformation and Early Modern Europe: A Guide to Research
The significance of Lollardy and the nature of the contribution it was able to make
to the first stirrings of the Reformation remains an interpretative flashpoint and a
focus of lively research. Here an interpretation that regards late medieval ...
David Mark Whitford, 2008
Lollards and Their Influence in Late Medieval England
New work on Lollard writings and ideas accompanied by a comprehensive bibliography on Wyclif and Lollardy and a survey of previous scholarship.
Fiona Somerset, Jill C. Havens, Derrick G. Pitard, 2003
Lollards and Reformers: Images and Literacy in Late Medieval ...
While much has been written on the connections between Lollardy and the Reformation, this collection of essays is the first detailed and satisfactory interpretation of many aspects of the problem.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LOLLARDY»
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Morality play sheds a light on forgotten Norfolk figure
Probably born in Lynn, and a former priest at St Margaret's church – now Lynn Minster – he was burned in 1401 for preaching Lollardy, ... «Norfolk Eastern Daily Press, Jul 15»
A new King's Lynn play on Margery Kemp
Margery was accused of Lollardy all her life and by some pretty powerful people. It was probably handy having a rich royal agent, MP of a ... «Lynn News, Jul 15»
'Hot news' at King's Lynn Festival Fringe Event
Sawtrey's demystified Christianity – preaching in English rather than recitation of Latin prayers for example – drew a charge of Lollardy, a belief ... «Lynn News, Jun 15»
Forgotten History of Northamptonshire: The Lollards - part 2
Despite its suppression, Lollardy was still strong in the county at the beginning of the fifteenth century. In late 1399, Henry Bollingbrook seized ... «Northampton Herald and Post, Apr 15»
Forgotten History of Northamptonshire: The Lollards - part 1
Over the coming years support for Lollardy grew rapidly in Northamptonshire. Latimer was called before the council in May 1388 for possessing ... «Northampton Herald and Post, Apr 15»
Pacesetters of Anglican Protestantism: Part 2 of 4
Here was a genuine man of God and innocent martyr moved by the influences of Scripture, Luther, Lollardy possibly, and Augustine who breathed the spirit of ... «Virtue Online, Feb 15»
The Revelations of Marilynne Robinson
“Wycliffe was the founding figure of Lollardy,” she said, “an amazing attempt to spread literacy and scriptural understanding into the common ... «New York Times, Oct 14»
On Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and the complexities of human nature
Lollardy, an early English religious movement led by John Wycliffe, is mentioned in the Tales, as is a specific incident involving "pardoners" ... «RenewAmerica, Sep 14»
How a Protestant spin machine hid the truth about the English …
However, the evidence is overwhelmingly that this is a red herring, as research is revealing that Lollardy was never more than a small regional ... «Telegraph.co.uk, May 14»
150 years ago today, Abraham Lincoln praised 'government of the …
As A. G. Dickens, the historian of the English Reformation, put it, “Lollardy created an underground, and there awaited the appearance of ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Nov 13»