[Milton-L] Re: bibliographic suggestion
larisa at galamb.net
Fri Jan 30 13:04:34 EST 2004
I know it's not a problem where you come from, but here it is: namely to get hold of the books needed. So anywhy, as an alternative, I came to appreciate the background material available on www.luminarium.org. They have quite an impressive coverage of wide ranging topics on Medieval, Renaissance and 17th century Literature (each of them separately, of course). Topics range from religion to politics, from travel to apparel, from women to tradition, from economics to science. And a lot of primary sources :-)
That's my tip. Bests, Larisa.
Jeffrey Shoulson <jshoulson at miami.edu> 2004.01.29. 13:22:30 -5h-kor írta:
> I am preparing a selected bibliography of accounts of the religious,
> political, and social developments and/or conflicts of
> seventeenth-century England for my Milton graduate seminar. I'd like
> to include on the list books that will help to fill in the background
> and blind spots of someone less familiar with the historical period in
> I have my favorites, but I am interested in hearing from the rest of
> you what books you would recommend to a student who hasn't learned the
> differences between Cavalier and Roundhead, Anglican and Presbyterian,
> Parliamentarian and Leveller.
> Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
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