Society in the Elizabethan Age 1902
In these essays describing social life during the second half of the 16th century, the author has placed some familiar names in new characters before the reader. He presents this book in the hope of further proving that the original subject matter is not necessarily boring, but that the romance of society possesses greater and more lasting attractions than many conceptions of impossible humanity. The work is divided into three sections: in the country, in town and at the court. Illustrated.
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