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  • Author:
    Andrew Cole
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    0521179831
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    Cambridge University Press; Reissue edition (November 24, 2011)
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    322 pages
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Andrew Cole's Literature and Heresy is a bracing and well-written study of the relationship between medieval English literature and Wycliffism. Literature and Heresy successfully shows that Wycliffism was a constitutive component of English literary history. Cole's thesis has serious implications for the way we teach and read the medieval literary canon. Religion and Literature. the actual impact of Wycliffite ideas, especially as they are expressed in literature, are more complex than scholars heretofore have assumed.

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After the late fourteenth century, English literature was fundamentally shaped by the heresy of John Wyclif and his followers. This study demonstrates how Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, John Clanvowe, Margery Kempe, Thomas Hoccleve and John Lydgate, far from eschewing Wycliffism out of fear of censorship or partisan distaste, viewed Wycliffite ideas as a distinctly new intellectual resource.

Andrew Cole demonstrates how Chaucer, Langland, Kempe .

Andrew Cole demonstrates how Chaucer, Langland, Kempe, Hoccleve and Lydgate were influenced by ideas though heretical in their time. Drawing on literary criticism, history, theology and law, Literature and Heresy revaluates the heresy of Wycliff and his followers as the most significant intellectual context for late medieval English writing. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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After the late fourteenth century, English literature was fundamentally shaped by the heresy of John Wyclif and his followers. This study demonstrates how Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, John Clanvowe, Margery Kempe, Thomas Hoccleve and John Lydgate, far from eschewing Wycliffism out of fear of censorship or partisan distaste, viewed Wycliffite ideas as a distinctly new intellectual resource. Andrew Cole offers a complete historical account of the first official condemnation of Wycliffism - the Blackfriars council of 1382 - and the fullest study of 'lollardy' as a social and literary construct. Drawing on literary criticism, history, theology and law, he presents not only a fresh perspective on late medieval literature, but also an invaluable rethinking of the Wycliffite heresy. Literature and Heresy restores Wycliffism to its proper place as the most significant context for late medieval English writing, and thus for the origins of English literary history.