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The culture of usury in Renaissance England

David Hawkes

The culture of usury in Renaissance England

by David Hawkes

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementDavid Hawkes
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB551 .H39 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination200 p. ;
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24520738M
ISBN 100230616267
ISBN 109780230616264
LC Control Number2009040349
OCLC/WorldCa268792578

Auden, W. H. “Brothers & Others.” In The Dyer’s Hand and Other Essays, –New York: Random House, Auden compares mercantile Venetian society in The Merchant of Venice to the feudal societies portrayed in Shakespeare’s medieval history plays, examining how the different economic systems create different value systems in the worlds of the plays.   David Hawkes, The Culture of Usury in Renaissance England (Palgrave, ) pp. 2. Charles Calomiris and Stephen Harber, Fragile by Design: The Political Origins of Banking, Crises & Scarce Credit (Princeton University Press, ) pp. ,

  David Hawkes, The Culture of Usury in Renaissance England (Palgrave, ) pp. 2. Charles Calomiris and Stephen Harber, Fragile by Design: The Political Origins of Banking, Crises & Scarce Credit (Princeton University Press, ) pp. , 3.   Religion and Culture in Renaissance England. Edited by Claire McEachern and Debora Shuger. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, I am sure I'm not the only scholar of Renaissance English culture who, while searching through microfilm for a projectors' pamphlet on the Virginia colony, or a marital advice book, or a treatise on usury, has found .

"This book is a collection of essays addressing the subjects of race and racial difference in English Renaissance culture. Working from historicist, materialist, and feminist perspectives, reading texts as well as cultural practices, the authors present a detailed and sophisticated understanding of early modern views of what race meant.". This article discusses usury as a dominant theme in Middleton's plays. Relations of credit and debt mediate every kind of human interaction in his drama, despoiling innocence, violating love, debasing character, and unbalancing the mind. Middleton was particularly well placed to understand the dramatic impact of usury on everyday life. His childhood was marred by a .


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The Culture of Usury in Renaissance England evokes a world in which making money breed was assumed to destroy the soul and the possibility for just and charitable action. Learned, impassioned, and forcefully written, Hawkes' book uses the past to query many of the assumptions that govern contemporary life.

A tour de force."Cited by: The Culture of Usury in Renaissance England evokes a world in which ‘making money breed’ was assumed to destroy the soul and the possibility for just and charitable action.

Learned, impassioned, and forcefully written, Hawkes' book uses the past to query many of the assumptions that govern contemporary life.5/5(1). The Culture of Usury in Renaissance England evokes a world in which making money breed was assumed to destroy the soul and the possibility for just and charitable action.

Learned, impassioned, and forcefully written, Hawkes' book uses the past to query many of the assumptions that govern contemporary life.

A tour de force."Author: D. Hawkes. In the sense that usury was a prominent cultural element in Renais-sance England, then, it seems reasonable to refer to a culture of usury in that period. On the other hand, the sheer volume and variety of writing about usury in the English Renaissance makes it difficult to delimit any specific culture of usury.

The usury debate spreads out andAuthor: Renaissance England. Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hawkes, David, Culture of usury in Renaissance England.

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See San Bernardino, De Evangelio aeterno. David Hawkes (b ; Wales) is a Professor of English at Arizona State University, Tempe, in the U.S. state of is the author of six books and the editor of three. He has published over one hundred articles and reviews in such journals as The Nation, In These Times, Cabinet, Bad Subjects, the Journal of the History of Ideas, ELH, ELR, Milton Studies, Milton Quarterly.

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‘Islam and the Economy of the Senses in Renaissance English Literature'. The Senses and Society (March ) (). David Hawkes. ‘Thomas Gresham’s Law, Jane Shore’s Mercy: Value and Class in the Plays of Thomas Heywood'.

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