Late Medieval England 1399-1509: Longman History of Medieval England / Edition 1by A.J. Pollard
Pub. Date: 09/11/2000
A highly accessible and unashamedly 'King-centred' history of the 15th century which, as Pollard clearly shows, was not only a period of change and disunity, but also witnessed a great increase in the English sense of identity and self-worth. Beginning with the deposition of Richard II in 1399, Pollard investigates the political, religious and social factors that transformed England from a medieval to a modern society during the reigns of Lancastrian, Yorkist and Tudor monarchs. Chapters also consider the place of the 15th century within the broader history of England, different interpretations of the period and the social changes that affected all sectors of the population.
Table of Contents
General Editor's Preface.
Introduction: The Fifteenth Century in History.
1. The Lancastrian Revolution, 1399-1403.
2. Henry IV, 1403-13.
3. The Reign of Henry V, 1413-22.
4. The Minority of Henry VI, 1422-37.
5. The Majority of Henry VI, 1437-53.
6. The Fall of Henry VI, 1453-61.
II. THE REALM.
7. The Realm and its Peoples.
8. The Church and Religion.
9. Government and Politics.
III. YORK AND TUDOR.
10. The First Reign of Edward IV, 1461-71.
11. The Second Reign of Edward IV, 1471-83.
12. Edward V and Richard III, 1483-5.
13. The Reign of Henry VII, 1485-1509.
14. The End of the Middle Ages.
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