Between the household and the school : socialising the child in England, c.1400-1600
This thesis explores the transmission and reception of literature concerned with childhood, and the socialisation of children, in England between 1400 and 1600. Literature reflects and fashions social concerns, and furnishes the opportunity to observe contemporary reactions and understandings of society, politics and religion, and in this case to understand a particular anxiety regarding the socialisation and behaviour of children. Reading networks which are addressed include parents,...[Show more]
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