Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 286
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
Review of the hardback: 'Imaginatively written and artfully fit into a developmental sequence The resulting publication is first-rate writing: definitive statements illuminated by clear illustrations, wit, vivid literary and visual allusions, imaginative sympathy with the past, and a personal enthusiasm for the subject.' Gayle Gaskill, H-Albion
"This impressive collection of essays...richly fulfills its promise to advance scholarship on English pilgrimage in ways which complement recent studies of pilgrimage on the Continent. This excellent volume will certainly take its place as an essential starting-point for future studies of English pilgrimage." Susan J. Ridyard, The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, Canadian Journal of History
"...the embodiment of several of the most important trends in recent historiography, most conspicuously, cultural history...useful and interesting." Renaissance Quarterly
"...an important and timely contribution..." Albion
"Gives a very full picture of the importance of pilgrimage. The collection as a whole offers yet another angle on the remarkable national transformation that is the English Reformation." Studies in English Literature
"[An] erudite and eminently readable collection." H-NET
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