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Printing, Power, and Piety

Appeals to the Public during the Early Years of the English Reformation

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This book explores the important implications of printed vernacular appeals to a nascent public by the reformer William Tyndale, by religious conservatives such as Thomas More, and by Henry VIII’s regime in the volatile early years of the English Reformation.

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