Blakeley, John Books

John Blakeley is a senior lecturer in English Literature at University College Plymouth St, Mark & St. John. He holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Newcastle.

Writing and Reform in Sixteenth-Century England. Interdisciplinary Essays
2008 0-7734-4834-9
Volume brings together nine essays developed from papers given at the Tudor Symposium Conference of 2002, held at the University of Newcastle. In broad terms all are concerned with the relationship between literature and the religious upheavals of the Tudor period. The collection includes an exploration of the iconographic representation of suffering in Foxe’s Acts and Monuments. This book contains three black and white photographs.