Softcover, Durham: Duke University Press, 1997. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers are clean with only very minor shelf wear. ; Contents: Watson, Visions of inclusion: universal salvation and vernacular theology in pre-Reformation England. Bauerschmidt, Seeing Jesus: Julian of Norwich and the text of Christ's body. French, Competing or space: medieval religious conflict in the monastic-parochial church at Dunster. Steinmetz, Divided by a common past: the reshaping of the Christian exegetical tradition in the sixteenth century. Betteridge, Anne Askewe, John Bale, and Protestant history. Badir, The garrison of the godly: antitheatricalism and the perforance of distinction in early modern Hull. Bengtson, Saint George and the formation of English nationalism. ; 9.0" tall; 208 pages.