Renaissance and Reform in Tudor England: The Careers of Sir Richard Morison by Tracey Sowerby

Renaissance and Reform in Tudor England: The Careers of Sir Richard Morison

byTracey Sowerby

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Sir Richard Morison (c.1513-1556) is best known as Henry VIII's most prolific propagandist. Yet he was also an accomplished scholar, politician, theologian and diplomat who was linked to the leading political and religious figures of his day. Despite his prominence, Morison has never receiveda full historical treatment. Based on extensive archival research, Renaissance and Reform in Tudor England provides a well-rounded picture of Morison that contributes significantly to the broader questions of intellectual, cultural, religious, and political history. Tracey Sowerby contextualizes Morison within each of hiscareers: he is considered as a propagandist, politician, reformer, diplomat and Marian exile. Morison emerges as a more influential and original figure than previously thought.

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Dr. Tracey Sowerby is a Junior Research Fellow at Pembroke College, Oxford.
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Title:Renaissance and Reform in Tudor England: The Careers of Sir Richard MorisonFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pagesPublished:May 1, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. The Scholar2. The Propagandist: Part 13. The Propagandist: Part 24. The Politician5. The Theologian6. The Diplomat7. The Exile8. The 'Renowned Man of Letters'Conclusion