Socialising the Child in Late Medieval England, c. 1400–1600

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 15 Nov 2012
The question and procedures of integrating children into wider society during the medieval and early modern period are debated across a wide range of contemporary texts, in both print and manuscript form. This study takes as its focus the ways in which vernacular literature (including English courtesy poems, incunabula and sixteenth-century printed household books, grammar school statutes, and pedagogic books) provided a guide to socialising children. Theauthor examines how the transmission and reception of this literature, showing how patterns of thought changed during the period for parents, teachers, and young people alike; and places children and family reading networks into the context of debates on the history of childhood, and the history of the book.

Merridee L. Bailey is a social and cultural historian of late medieval and early modern England. She is an Associate Member of the Facultyof History, University of Oxford.
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ISBN-13: 9781903153420
ISBN-10: 1903153425
Pagini: 284
Dimensiuni: 162 x 238 x 28 mm
Greutate: 0.61 kg
Editura: York Medieval Press