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Marshall, Peter (2010)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: D, BL
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    • The pilgrim. William Baspoole. Edited by Kathryn Walls (with Marguerite Stobo). (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 337. Renaissance English Text Society. 7th Ser., 31 [for 2006]). Pp. xxiv+558 incl. 6 plates and 25 ills. Tempe, Az : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008. £43 ($70). 978 0 86698 385 3 JEH (61) 2010 ; doi :10.1017/S0022046910001016
    • In the early seventeenth century William Baspoole rewrote a medieval allegorical dream-vision, Guillaume de Deguileville's P`elerinage de vie humaine. Deguileville's work, very popular in late medieval England, continued to be read after the Reformation, and often lent itself to topical updating. Baspoole's revision, surviving in three manuscripts, illustrates how manuscript circulation continued to be an important means of distributing devotional texts long after the advent of print. It was first discussed in Rosemond Tuve's Allegorical imagery (1966), and the current edition undertakes a nuanced assessment of how The pilgrime reveals Baspoole's Laudian sympathies. As a case study of how a medieval text could be deployed by later generations in support of thoroughly post-medieval issues, this has implications wider than its immediate occasion. Walls and Stobo are exemplary in the attention that they give to the work's illustrations and verbal imagery, making this edition an
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