By Peter Stubley
A Pauper's heritage of britain covers 1,000 years of poverty from Domesday correct as much as the 20th century, through the Black loss of life and the English Civil struggle. It makes use of modern assets creatively to offer the reader an concept of simply what existence was once like for the peasants, paupers, beggars and the operating negative as England constructed from a feudal society right into a prosperous superpower.
Experience the prior from a special perspective:
• journey the britain of the Domesday Book
• Make a solemn Franciscan vow of Poverty
• subscribe to the Peasant's rebel of 1381
• communicate with Elizabethan beggars' and study their mystery language
• Meet the inmates of Bedlam sanatorium and Bridewell Prison
• get pleasure from a gin-soaked Georgian evening of debauchery
• Spend the evening in a workhouse
• move slumming in Victorian London
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A Pauper's History of England: 1000 Years of Peasants, Beggars and Guttersnipes by Peter Stubley