Art, Religion and Society in the Greek Geometric Period. by Langdon, Susan Helen

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73 Cranmer, Aunswere, p. 236. Anderson, Translating Investments, p. 46. 75 Cranmer, Defence, p. 11. For the significance of this formula in Cranmer’s prose, see Joe Moshenska’s illuminating work: ‘“A Sensible Feeling, Touching and Groping”: Metaphor and Sensory Experience in the English Reformation’, in The Passions and Subjectivity in Early Modern Culture, ed. by Brian Cummings and Freya Sierhuis (forthcoming). Cranmer, Aunswere, p. 340. Brooks quotes this moment, observing: ‘It is surprising what realist language Cranmer can use’ (Cranmer’s Eucharistic Doctrine, p.

637. John Morrill, ‘The Church in England, 1642–1649’, in Reactions to the English Civil War, 1642–1649, ed. by Morrill (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1982), pp. 89–114 (p. 92). As Rosendale points out; ‘indicating’, he goes on to explain, ‘the high and related priority of both actions’ (Liturgy and Literature, p. 6). Writing after the Reformation: 1559–1674 35 Directory of Public Worship (1645), a much simpler liturgy with no set forms; these were felt to inhibit spontaneity, and so to be injurious to the operation of the spirit.

Brightman, The English Rite: Being a Synopsis of the Sources and Revisions of the Book of Common Prayer, 2 vols. (London: Rivingtons, 1915). Brian Cummings’s introduction to The Book of Common Prayer: the Texts of 1549, 1559, and 1662 (Oxford University Press, 2011) offers a concise and helpful overview of its history and use. Judith Maltby, Prayer Book and People in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998), p. 3. As Clark observes, ‘At that critical stage, vagueness and ambiguity were preferable to a clarity which might disrupt the forces of the Reformation’ (Eucharistic Sacrifice, p.

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