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England and its Rulers has established itself as an attractive and authoritative account of English history from 1066. For this third edition, three new chapters have been added, the bibliography and suggested further reading sections have been fully updated, and additions and amendments have been made throughout. New edition of the standard introduction to this popular period of English history. Assesses the reigns of successive monarchs including William the Conqueror, Henry I, Richard the Lionheart, and King John. Includes an epilogue on the reign of Edward I (1272–1307). Three new chapters examine the social and economic history of the period and the British dimension of English history.
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"MT Clanchy′s supremely well–written account of the nation and its kings during this period retains its excellent introduction to the development of England after the Normans, but the three new chapters make it even more pertinent reading. Given current concerns over Britishness, this is a lively addition to the debate on where Britain′s national identity derives from." BBC History Magazine "A very good introduction to medieval England. The questions Clanchy raises, his frequent challenges to the views of other historians, his thoughtful and learned discussions of major issues in the history of medieval England, and his generous and explicit use of primary sources all combine to offer rich material for reflection and discussion." Medieval Review "The third edition of England and its Rulers is much more than ′just′ a textbook. It is, hands down, the liveliest, the most accessible and the most consistently interesting account we have of the multicultural influences that shaped the medieval English polity, and that made medieval England such a distinct and peculiar kingdom within the British Isles. There is a freshness and a breadth of vision and reference in Michael Clanchy′s judgments that sets this book apart from all its competitors." Robert C. Stacey, University of Washington "Marvellously lucid, often provocative, and always aware that England′s history must be discussed in its European context, this remains a superb book to stimulate interest. And the addition of three new chapters, on the creation of wealth, the matter of Britain, and lordship deepens the treatment and adds a further lively treatment of subjects very topical with historians at the moment." David Bates, Institute of Historical Research " England and its Rulers wins its third edition on merit, and my students will relish it, as they did the previous ones. It has been the best kind of textbook, the kind that gives the genuinely new reader the material needed to enter an alien world ... .The young will savor these pages and surely ask for more." Paul Hyams, Cornell UniversitySynopsis:
"England and its Rulers" has established itself as the most attractive and authoritative account of English history from 1066. For this third edition, three new chapters have been added which examine the social and economic history of the period, particularly focusing on the creation of wealth, the rise of the aristocracy and the chronicling of a British as opposed to an exclusively English history. The bibliography and suggested further reading sections have been fully updated, while additions and amendments have been made throughout.
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