Title Background

Faith Ethics and Church: Writing in England, Ethics and Church: Writing in England, 1360-1409

Faith Ethics and Church: Writing in England, Ethics and Church: Writing in England, 1360-1409

Reprints an earlier essay on L in Chapter 3: “Justice and Wage-labour after the Black Death: Some Perplexities for William Langland.” See YLS 9 (1995): 211. Other chapters are: Introduction; Chapter 1, “Faith, Ethics, and Communities”; Chapter 2, “Faith, Ethics, and Chaucer”; Chapter 4, “Christianity for Courtly Subjects: or Pelagius Redivivus. Reflections on the Gawain-poet”; Chapter 5, “Reflections on Gower as ‘Sapiens in Ethics and Politics'”; Chapter 6, “John Wyclif’s Understanding of Christian Discipleship.”

Rev. D. N. Baker, YLS 15 (2001): 227- 30; S. J. Russell, Christianity & Literature 50.4 (2001): 732-35.
Norman Klassen. MAE 17.1 (2002): 138-40; ..

Volume

Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2000.

Author

Aers, David