Two Wycliffite Texts: The Sermon of William Taylor 1406, the Testimony of William Thorpe 1407, Issue 301

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Early English Text Society, 1993 - Religion - 182 pages
These two texts set out the views of two followers of the heretic John Wyclif in the years 1406-07. The first, a sermon by William Taylor, caused a scandal in London when it was preached. The second, an account of the conversations between William Thorpe and Archbishop Arundel, sets out clearly many points concerning the history and views of the heretics between the 1380s and 1407.

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Anne Hudson, Professor of Medieval English, Oxford University.

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