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Archbishop Pole (The Archbishops of Canterbury Series) Hardcover – 28 Jun 2014
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'Edwards's biography is without doubt the best introduction to Reginald Pole now available. The Pole who emerges from this book is a genuinely holy (or at least spiritual) man, the greatest pope there never was, a towering figure of Reformation history in England and Europe, and a victim of Carafa's narrowing of the Catholic mind.' Reviews in History '...[A] detailed biography, dealing fairly with many complex issues.' Times Literary Supplement 'This excellent book fulfils a major gap in offering a biography of an Archbishop of Canterbury who has probably not received the attention due to him and it sets a high standard for other works in the series.' Church of England Newspaper
About the Author
John Edwards is a Member of the Faculty of History and a Research Fellow at the Modern Languages Faculty, University of Oxford. He is a fellow of the George Bell Institute at the University of Chichester, and has authored numerous books including The Spanish Inquisition and Mary I.
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