By Algarabía libros,María del Pilar Montes de Oca Sicilia
By Brian A. Smith,Alan A. Walker
By M. Allen
By Ann Laura Stoler
By Jost / Loth, Wilfried Dülffer
By Andrew Nichols
By Anne Curry
"Agincourt! Agincourt! be aware of ye no longer Agincourt?" So started a ballad of round 1600. because the occasion itself [25 October 1415], the nice militaryengagement has occupied a unique position in either English and French recognition, respectively as both of the best army successes ever, or because the "accursed day". a lot ink has been spilton the conflict yet can we particularly know Agincourt? now not for the reason that Harris Nicolas's History of the conflict of Agincourt (1827-33) has there been a whole try to survey the resources previously: thisbook brings jointly, in translation and with observation, English and French narrative money owed and literary works of the 15th century. It additionally strains the remedy of the conflict in sixteenth-century English histories and within the literary representations of, among others, Shakespeare and Drayton. After analyzing how later historians interpreted the conflict, it concludes with the 1st complete evaluation of the super wealthy administrative documents which live on for the armies which fought "upon Saint Crispin's day".
ANNE CURRY is Professor of Medieval heritage on the college ofSouthampton.
CONTENTS Twenty-six chronicle assets, English and French
money owed from six sixteenth-century English historians
Twenty-one documents of latest reception ofthe conflict, and the advance of the literary culture, in England and France
Summaries of interpretations from the eighteenth to the 20th centuries
Excerpts from eighteen administrative files on the subject of the English and French armies
By Barbara W Sommer
By Adrianna E. Bakos
utilizing Louis XI's ancient popularity as a prism for clean research, Adrianna Bakos bargains new, extra advanced interpretations of the ideological panorama of early glossy France. Images of Kingship in Early glossy France is a crucial contribution to ecu historiography and to debates on ancient as opposed to political interpretations of Kingship.
By W. Hixson