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Contemporary Life Reflected in the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales
(Creighton University, 1933)
The Canterbury Pilgrimage was an episode in the life of Chaucer which belonged to the England of his time. During his last years of leisure he recorded the impressions of his years of observation of men and women of the ...
Innocent III, Suzerain: John Lackland, Vassal
(Creighton University, 1930)
Innocent III in a spirit of humility quoted these words as the text of his sermon given at his consecration. The words of this simple discourse epitomize well the life of the man who uttered them, a man at whose deeds a ...
The Origin of the University of Oxford
(Creighton University, 1931)
The purpose of this study on the origin and early history of the Oxford University is to trace the development of this English university during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, and to outline the steps by which it ...