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Margaret Paston's Piety (New Middle Ages)

by Joel T. Rosenthal

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0230622070, Hardcover)

The collection of Margaret Paston’s letters and papers from fifteenth century England offer an invaluable example of daily life during that period. Drawing on a close reading of these personal letters, as well as Paston's will, this book reveals how popular religion was integrated into daily life.

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