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The Pastons and their England
H. S. Bennett
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A picture of the politics, religion and social and domestic life of 15th-century England seen through the eyes of the wealthy Norfolk family of the Pastons, whose surviving letters and papers are a uniquely detailed record of the period. Through these letters, which cover the years from to , and the lives of three generations of Pastons, bestselling historians Frances and Joseph Gies provide a rare window into the day-to-day life of this family, and the broader political and social goings-on of medieval England.
Margaret Paston was born in to a prosperous landowner in Norfolk. She was chosen by William Paston, an even more prosperous landowner and lawyer, and his wife Agnes, as a suitable wife for their son John. The young couple met for the first time in April , after the match had been arranged, and they were wed sometime before December Author: Melissa Snell. Roger Virgoe, 2 books Richard W. Barber, 2 books H. S. Bennett, 2 books Jessie (Raven) Crosland, 1 book Davis, Norman, 1 book Frances Gies, 1 book Henry Stanley Bennett, 1 book Colin Richmond, 1 book H. B. Witton, 1 book.
England, Their England by Macdonell, All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. The Pastons And Their England. H.S Bennett. Published by Cambridge at the. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Pastons and Their England; Studies in an Age of Transition, by H. S. Bennett.. at nd: Henry Stanley Bennett.
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Bennett's classic study recreates beautifully their. Bibliography. Bennett, Henry S () The Pastons and their England: Studies in an Age of Transition, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2nd edition) Davis, Norman () Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century – Part I, Oxford, The Clarendon Press ISBN Davis, Norman () The Paston Letters, Oxford, The World's Classics: Oxford University Press ISBN Country: England.
The Pastons ongoing war over property shows us what life was like for the rising middle class. The feeling of struggle is felt throughout the book.
The Pastons and Their England overall was a very good example of how history can be explained ion a manor other than a textbook.
The Pastons and their England by H.S. Bennett is a interesting story about the lives of a 15th century family and their struggle and truimphs along the way.
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1 History of the collection. 2 Published editions. Edited by John Fenn. The Paston letters have long exercised a tremendous fascination for their capacity to recreate in vivid detail the lives of an ordinary well-to-do fifteenth-century family.
Bennett's classic study recreates beautifully their historical context and offers the additional perspectives provided by the letters of their correspondents: bishops and serving men, prisoners and dukes, priests and 4/5(1).
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Free shipping for many products. The Paston family rose from the peasantry to the aristocracy within just two generations.
This is the story of how they did it. They are also the first record of private correspondence to survive. THE PASTON LETTERS, an invaluable collection of letters and papers, consisting of the correspondence of members of the Paston family, and others connected with them, between the years andand also including some state papers and other important documents.
The bulk of the letters and papers were sold by William Paston, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, the last representative of the family, to. The Pastons, a family living in England during the Wars of the Roses; wrote and kept a plethora of letters which are still extant today giving us an open window Letters written during this period give us an intricate look into the way of life as these words dictated local, political, and even international affairs versus just the nuances of /5.
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In the early s, a lawyer and judge named William Paston expanded his family's holdings by imprisoning a neighbor and seizing her property. This afforded his Free shipping over $Cited by: 2.
Blood & Roses is a beautifully in-depth look at the real lives of the Pastons over several generations. The Paston family letters could be in no better hands than Castor's to compile this work of history, life and times of the English countrymen of the Wars of the Roses time period/5.
Paston Letters, the largest surviving collection of 15th-century English is invaluable to historians and philologists and is preserved mainly in the British is derived from the circle of the career soldier Sir John Fastolf (c. –), and part is from the correspondence of the Paston family, Fastolf’s neighbours in eastern Norfolk.
Through these letters, which cover the years from toand the lives of three generations of Pastons, bestselling historians Frances and Joseph Gies provide a rare window into the day-to-day life of this family, and the broader political and social goings-on of medieval England.4/5(2).
The fascinating story of the fortunes of one medieval family over the course of a century, from bestselling historians Frances and Joseph Pastons were members of the English gentry—a tiny group of roughly 1, households sandwiched between the ruling nobility and the peasants, and a rough analog for the contemporary “middle class.”.