The English Reformation: A Premature Birth, A Difficult Labour and a Sickly Child

  title={The English Reformation: A Premature Birth, A Difficult Labour and a Sickly Child},
  author={Christopher Haigh},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  pages={449 - 459}
  • C. Haigh
  • Published 1 June 1990
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
We need more research on Reformation subjects. For a demoralizing while it has seemed that all the interesting early modern work was on Stuart topics, and that the sex life of Anne Boleyn was the only live issue in sixteenth century studies. But 1988—9 yielded a clutch of new Reformation-related volumes, and a revised edition of A. G. Dickens's The English Reformation. Professor Hudson's monumental study of Lollardy is a demanding book of massive erudition and textual skill. She makes few… 
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