This 1907 constructs a historical account of life in medieval England through the use of literary sources.v Religions T nought, Cellbacy 309 substantiation is regularly taught, though Wycliffe arises to confute it: aAnd in the Sacrament also that soothfast ... Therefore study thou not thereon, nor stir thy wits, It is His blessed Body, so bade He us believe. ... We hear the peasant lamenting that because he does not know his creed the priest will enjoin upon him as a penance ... Hanaa#39;. Synne, 9949Cant. Tales, C. 277. P. Plow. Grade, 8. Cant. T ales, B. 3 I 40. Court of Love, 1 100. Tr. and Cress.
|Title||:||National Life and Character in the Mirror of Early English Literature|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-01-03|