The Extraordinary and the Everyday in Early Modern England

Book ID:
8432
Title:
The Extraordinary and the Everyday in Early Modern England
Subtitle:
Essays in Celebration of the Work of Bernard Capp
Author:
'Marshall, Peter', 'McShane, Angela', 'Ogier, Darryl', 'Oldridge, Darren', 'VARIOUS', 'Walker, Garthine'
ISBN number:
9780230537248
Publisher name:
Palgrave Macmillan
Place of publication:
Basingstoke
Edition number:
Reprint of 1st
Book type:
Hardback
First edition date:
2010
Pages:
254
Dewey decimal number:
133.4309 VAR
Dust jacket:
No
Language:
English
Photographs:
No
Illustrations:
Yes
Bibliography:
No
Height (cm):
22
Width (cm):
14.5
Notes:

Slightly misleadingly titled, as the subjects are not limited to England.

Essays relevant to the Museum are:

Garthine Walker, The Strangeness of the Familiar: Witchcraft and the Law in Early Modern England

Peter Marshall, Ann Jeffries and the Fairies: Folk Belief and the War on Scepticism in Later Stuart England

Darryl Ogier, Glimpses of the Obscure: The Witch Trials of the Channel Islands

Darren Oldridge, Mother Shipton and the Devil