This work records Anne Askew's narrative of her imprisonment for heresy and her interrogation by officials of church and state in the last days of Henry VIII. As a spiritual autobiography, a historical document and a carefully crafted polemic, the work provides insight into Reformation politics and society in England.
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This volume includes two texts: the first edition of Askew's Examinations with Bale's Elucidation; and Foxe's edition, an uninterrupted version of her work. The latest addition to the Women Writers in English series, this book will have strong appeal for scholars and students of English Renaissance literature, Reformation history, and women's history.About the Author:
Elaine V. Beilin is Associate Professor of English at Framingham State College.
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