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England's Antiphon

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Download Chapter 2: The Miracle Plays, and Other Poems of the Fourteenth Century audio
Download Chapter 3: The Fifteenth Century audio
Download Chapter 4: Introduction to the Elizabethan Era audio
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Download Chapter 9: A Few of the Elizabethan Dramatists audio
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Download Chapter 15: Edmund Waller, Thomas Brown, and Jeremy Taylor audio
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"In this book I have sought to trace the course of our religious poetry from an early period of our literary history. ... [I]f its poetry be the cream of a people's thought, some true indications of the history of its religious feeling must be found in its religious verse, and I hope I have not altogether failed in setting forth these indications. My chief aim, however, will show itself to have been the mediating towards an intelligent and cordial sympathy betwixt my readers and the writers from whom I have quoted. In this I have some confidence of success. Heartily do I throw this my small pebble at the head of the great Sabbath-breaker Schism." - From the Preface

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