John Marriott

Lost , Shakespeare’s Macbeth and The Tempest , Spenser’s The Faerie Queene , Locke’s Essay Concerning Human Understanding , Marlowe’s Tamburlaine the Great , Thomas Moore’s Lalla Rookh and Donne’s The Embassy all reveal knowledge of travel accounts and geographies. But these accounts were not used merely as a ready taxonomy of exotic characters and phenomena; they shaped geographical

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French clerical reformers and episcopal status
Alison Forrestal

Aquinas. Tradition and Transformation’, in Ysabel de Andia (ed.), Denys l’Aréopagite et sa postérité en Orient et en Occident. Actes du Colloque International Paris, 21–24 septembre 1994 (Paris 1997), pp. 405–38, and Wayne Hankey, ‘Augustinian Immediacy and Dionysian Mediation in John Colet, Edmund Spenser, Richard Hooker and the Cardinal de Bérulle’, in Dominique de Courcelles (ed.), Augustinus in der Neuzeit. Colloque de la Herzog August Bibliothek de Wolfenbüttel, 14–17 octobre, 1996 (Turnhout 1998), pp. 125–60. 10 Dagens, Bérulle, pp. 118–32; Krumenacker, L

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Richard Suggett

, rhymers and harpers were specifically included among the vagabonds, ‘horse-boys’, and other masterless and idle men who were to be whipped, banished, and, in extreme cases, punished by death.55 Welsh minstrels in the sixteenth century were certainly capable of sustaining a kind of counter-culture at communal meetings reminiscent of medieval gatherings that had challenged English authority and were akin to contemporary Irish hill-top assemblies that attracted (according to Spenser) ‘all the scum of the country’.56 If a report to the Council in the Marches on the state of

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