National Life and Character in the Mirror of Early English Literature

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CUP Archive, 2018 M03 13 - 352 pages
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The writer's thanks are also due to the learned Master of Peterhouse, Dr A. W. Ward, who has suggested several improvements in the arrangement of the matter and other details.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION PAGE
1
HorsaConquest of KentTreacheryConquest of SussexKingdoms
27
story of Balder
59
To about 870 A D The Advent and Influence
61
York Books and librariesTheology the end of all learningChristian
96
To about 1066 A D The Disconcerting Factors
124
To about 1272 A D The Blending of the Races
177
of the Charlemagne of the Roland with the Charlemagne of Huon
224
CHAPTER V
255
of CressyThe English archerHis value increasingEffect upon
268
CONCLUSION
327

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