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After the Black Death: A Social History of Early Modern Europe

by George Huppert

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Lively social history of Europe from roughly 1348 to 1600 ( )
  antiquary | Oct 12, 2017 |
This is an interesting and useful look into the effects of the great plague on Europe.
  AlexTheHunn | Feb 18, 2008 |
Wicked book for new history undergrads. ( )
  headisdead | Jul 26, 2006 |
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Praise for the first edition: To give a sense of immediacy and vividness to the long period in such a short space is a major achievement." --History Huppert's book is a little masterpiece every teacher should welcome." --Renaissance Quarterly A work of genuine social history, After the Black Death leads the reader into the real villages and cities of European society. For this second edition, George Huppert has added a new chapter on the incessant warfare of the age and thoroughly updated the bibliographical essay.… (more)

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