Results 1-3 of 84
1 P. H. Kocher, Christopher Marlowe (Chapel Hill, 1946), chaps. 2 & 3. 2 P.
Lefranc, Sir Walter Raleigh £crivain (Paris, 1968), p. 381 (and chap. 12 for a
thorough discussion of Raleigh's religion). 3 Correspondence of Matthew Parker,
But any claim to have achieved some effect greater than that which could be 1
For ecclesiastical action against magic before the sixteenth century see Kittredge,
Witchcraft, chap, ii; Ewen, i, pp. 2-10; J. Johnson, A Collection of the Laws and ...
48-54; K. M. Briggs, The Anatomy of Puck (1959), chap. 11. * Scot, Discoverie: A
Discourse upon Divels and Spirits, chap. 1 1 ; G. R. Owst, Literature and Pulpit in
Medieval England (2nd edn., Oxford, 1961), pp. 162-3, 169, 398, 424, 511-15; ...
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kukulaj - LibraryThing
This is a mighty big book! I don't remember when I started it... probably a couple years ago. I would generally read one chapter at a time, then read another book or two before reading the next ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - neilgodfrey - LibraryThing
"The real question at issue here is what enables us to read a source ‘against the grain’, and here theory does indeed come in. Theory of whatever kind, whether it is a general set of theses about how ... Read full review
The Magic of the Medieval Church
23 other sections not shown