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by R. W. Southern
Southern's The Making of the Middle Ages (1953) was a seminal work, and established Southern's .
Southern's The Making of the Middle Ages (1953) was a seminal work, and established Southern's reputation as a medievalist.
So read this book if you want to learn more about the history of the middle ages and the growth of invdividualism in the . It's impossible to read this book in anything other than the light of the post-War Britain .
So read this book if you want to learn more about the history of the middle ages and the growth of invdividualism in the west. You won't be dissapointed. Southern was writing in: countering the Victorians he remains locked into a discourse of cultural evolution. The German societies of Victorian England were quickly forgotten after WWI, presenting something of an embarrassment and a little of that is present here too. Southern sets out in this book to write a history of European thought of the eleventh and All roads lead from Rome?
Before Southern wrote this book in 1952, the period has traditionally been called the High Middle Ages or the . And it is for that reason "Making" is so often classified as one of the most important medieval history books of the 20th century.
Before Southern wrote this book in 1952, the period has traditionally been called the High Middle Ages or the "Renaissance of the 12th Century". However Southern sees it as more than a Renaissance (usually thought of as a period of re discovery of classical texts and ideas), but also a period of new and original ideas and institutions. Southern says the period "had been overtaken by a creative spirit, which was not derived from the past, but nourished by a medley of influences both past and present.
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The Gospel Book of which this picture fonns part belonged to Judith of Flanders, wife of Earl Tostig of Northumbria, who is probably depicted in the female figure clinging to the Cross. There was indeed a gleam of hope here: in Anjou, in the middle of the tenth century, we read of the Wlexpected discovery that the long depopulation ofwide stretches ofcOWltry had produced an Wlparalleled fertility in the soil.
This seminal book is required reading for any serious student of medieval history. The writer seems to have an almost uncanny sense of the psychology of Europe in medieval times, a true creator of the Middle Ages is he. Very well written, one of the best books i ever read on Medieval Europe.
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