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1381

Author : Juliet Barker
ISBN : 9780674368149
Genre : History
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Juliet Barker provides an account of the first great popular uprising in England and a fascinating study of medieval life in English towns and countryside. She tells how and why an unlikely group of ordinary men and women from every corner of England united in armed rebellion against church and state to demand a radical political agenda.
Category: History

Writing And Rebellion

Author : Steven Justice
ISBN : 9780520206977
Genre : History
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"Original, courageous, and exemplary. . . . This will prove to be one of the most significant and energizing works of recent decades."—David Wallace, editor of The Cambridge History of Medieval English Literature "A thoroughly accomplished and groundbreaking piece of historicist medievalism, and a 'local' study that resonates in an extraordinarily sensitive and promising way with problems that are worrying and entrancing literary and cultural studies in general. . . . Justice's work powerfully addresses issues that have emerged in the controversies over essentialism and performativity in feminist and ethnicity and queer theory, over alteritism and intimacy in post-colonial theory, and over subversion and containment in new historicism. . . . If Writing and Rebellion were to do no more than recharge the practice of medieval scholarship, draw attention to the textuality of 1381, and establish the importance of 1381 to Ricardian culture as a whole, thereby guiding us to a new reading of that period, it would be a wonderful book; it does all these things, but its implications go even farther. I hope it will be read by many people in many fields thinking seriously about the making of social and literary change."—Louise O. Fradenburg, author of City, Marriage, Tournament: Arts of Rule in Late Medieval Scotland
Category: History

The English Rising Of 1381

Author : R. H. Hilton
ISBN : 0521359309
Genre : History
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This book contains eight articles, six of which are based on papers contributed to a commemoration conference organised by the Past and Present Society in 1981. Two further articles and an introduction are contributed by other experts. They explore the various dimensions of the rising of 1381: the discontent of peasants and townspeople which became politicised in response to government tax demands; reasons for the attitudes of the subordinated classes to the law, which they perceived as being the instrument of their oppressors; the response of the ruling class and its government to one of the most coherent challenges to feudal order in the Middle Ages. In addition, two contributions on social movements in fourteenth-century France and Italy show that the rising can be regarded as a symptom of the general crisis of European feudal society in the later Middle Ages.
Category: History

Flame Of Freedom

Author : Clifford Lindsey Alderman
ISBN : IND:30000010371270
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The Peasant S Revolt

Author : Alastair Dunn
ISBN : 0752429655
Genre : History
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A stunningly good book on a revolt which came within a few minutes of changing our history utterly --totally absorbing.
Category: History

1381 The Peel Affinity

Author : La Belle Compagnie
ISBN : IND:30000124821533
Genre : History
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Travel back in time to Hampshire, England in 1381. It is a turbulent time, and England is in the middle of the Hundred Years War. Meet a knight and family, his servants, officials and tenants, associates and military company; follow them through a year in their lives; and then get a taste of campaign life and war as they might have experienced them - all in color photographs. The pictures feature carefully researched and reconstructed clothing, tools, armor, furnishings, and other items, all based closely on surviving items or manuscript illustrations and paintings. Many of the backgrounds feature preserved or reconstructed buildings. Similarly, the text draws extensive details from historical accounts, records, chronicles, and literature, as well as modern historical and archaeological research. Together they build a portrait of a world long lost in time.
Category: History

The Poll Taxes Of 1377 1379 And 1381 Part 2 Lincolnshire Westmorland

Author : Carolyn C. Fenwick
ISBN : 0197262287
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the second of three volumes devoted to the poll taxes of 1377, 1379, and 1381, covering the counties of Lincolnshire to Westmorland, in which the editor has established the definitive version of the surviving documents of all three poll taxes.
Category: Business & Economics

The Great Revolt Of 1381

Author : Charles Oman
ISBN : PKEY:6610000020256
Genre : History
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Few of the really important episodes of English history are so short, sudden, and dramatic as the great insurrection of June 1381, which still bears in most histories its old and not very accurate title of ' Wat Tyler's Rebellion'. Only a short month separates the first small riot in Essex, with which the rising started, from the final petty skirmish in East Anglia at which the last surviving band of insurgents was ridden down and scattered to the winds. But within the space that intervened between May 30 and June 28, 1381, half England had been aflame, and for some days it had seemed that the old order of things was about to crash down in red ruin, and that complete anarchy would supervene. To most contemporary writers the whole rising seemed an inexplicable phenomenon—a storm that arose out of a mere nothing, an ignorant riot against a harsh and unpopular tax, such as had often been seen before. But this storm assumed vast dimensions, spread over the whole horizon, swept down on the countryside with the violence of a typhoon, threatened universal destruction, and then suddenly passed away almost as inexplicably as it had arisen. The monastic chroniclers, to whom we owe most of our descriptions of the rebellion— Walsingham and his fellows—were not the men to understand the meaning of such a phenomenon; they were annalists, not political philosophers or students of social statics. They only half comprehended the meaning of what they had seen, and were content to explain the rebellion as the work of Satan, or the result of an outbreak of sheer insanity on the part of the labouring classes. When grudges and discontents have been working for many years above or below the surface, and then suddenly flare up into a wholesale conflagration, the ordinary observer is puzzled as well as terrified. All the causes of the great insurrection, save the Poll-tax which precipitated it, had been operating for a long time. Why was the particular month of June 1381 the moment at which they passed from causes into effects, and effects of such a violent and unexpected kind? What the Poll-tax was, and why it was so unpopular, we shall soon see. But its relation to the rebellion is merely the same as that of the greased cartridges to the Indian Mutiny of 1857. It brought about the explosion, but was only one of its smaller causes. Things had been working up for trouble during many years—only a good cry, a common grievance which united all malcontents, was needed to bring matters to a head. This was what the Polltax provided.
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