Reviews market place and the view that Hamlet illustrates the importance of 'critical reflection' in the history of m o d e r n culture. Axel Kruse Engblsh Department University of Sydney Brown, Elizabeth A. R., ed., Jean du Tillet and the French Wars of Religion: Five Tracts, 1562-69 (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 108), Binghamton, N e w York, 1994; cloth; pp. xii, 231; R.R.P. US$40.00. Jean du Tillet is best k n o w n for his Recueils recording French history using the court records and archival material to which he had access in his positions as royal prothonotary and secretary and as greffier civil at the Parlement of Paris. Yet D u Tillet also wrote at least eight tracts, five of which remain in manuscript until n o w , which bear witness to his fervent belief in Catholicism as the one true faith and his rejection of opposing, or even conciliatory, positions. Elizabeth A. R. B r o w n treats in her book those five manuscript tracts written in the last decade of D u Tillet's life, between 1562 and 1569, as the absolute authority of Catholicism w a s increasingly threatened
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Published: Apr 3, 1998
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