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RECENT PERSPECTIVES ON EARLY MODERN LONDON

  • VANESSA HARDING (a1)

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Recent writing on early modern London offers new perspectives on a wide range of topics. Interest in the literary and cultural is particularly strong, and much attention has been given to John Stow, London's sixteenth-century historian. This review discusses recent work on three themes prominent in Stow's Survey of London (1598), and its later editions: the character of religious life in post-Reformation London; the importance of place and space to the experience of the city; and the question of civic and business morality in a changing world.

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RECENT PERSPECTIVES ON EARLY MODERN LONDON

  • VANESSA HARDING (a1)

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