This collection of essays by an international team of experts, explores the wideranging impact of Renaissance humanism on sixteenth century England. Investigating areas as diverse as art, education, religion, political thought, literature and science, the book offers fresh and challenging accounts of prominent Tudor figures such as Thomas More, William Tyndale and John Foxe. As well as historiographical overviews of the subject and a discussion of the fifteenth century background to Tudor developments, one of the book's central themes is the nature of England's fundamental cultural experiences in relation to continental Europe.

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