This essay examines the moral and political thought of John Gower's poem on the English Rising of 1381, situating it within three contrastive fields: Gower’s moral project, his Virgilian intertext, and the practices of moral community employed by the rebels of 1381.
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Research Article| August 01 2015
Gower and the Peasants’ Revolt
Representations (2015) 131 (1): 22–51.
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Ian Cornelius; Gower and the Peasants’ Revolt. Representations 1 August 2015; 131 (1): 22–51. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/rep.2015.131.1.22
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