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245 00 Lives uncovered :|ba sourcebook of early modern Europe /
       |cedited by Nicholas Terpstra 
264  1 Toronto ;|aBuffalo ;|aLondon :|bUniversity of Toronto 
       Press,|c[2019] 
300    xiii, 288 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    "Curated by acclaimed scholar Nicholas Terpstra, Lives 
       Uncovered is a fascinating collection of early modern 
       primary sources organized around the human life cycle: 
       from birth through youth and adulthood to death. Providing
       an in-depth social history of the period, Lives Uncovered 
       is an excellent resource for those eager to deepen their 
       understanding of the period. The collection begins with a 
       short explanation on "How to Read a Primary Source," which
       helps readers recognize different kinds of primary sources
       and introduces the idea of critical reading. A brief essay
       on "Life Cycles in the Early Modern Period" details the 
       organization of the volume and explains each stage in the 
       life cycle within its historical context. Over 150 
       readings examine men and women from different social 
       classes and different religious and racial groups, 
       addressing sex and sexuality, food and drink, poverty, 
       crime and punishment, religious tension and co-existence, 
       and migration and emigration. Using a creative range of 
       sources such as letters, wills, laws, diaries, fiction, 
       and poems, Terpstra gives readers a comprehensive picture 
       of everyday life in early modern Europe and in other parts
       of the globe that Europeans were beginning to settle and 
       colonize. Each of the life cycle chapters includes a 
       combination of longer readings, shorter readings, and 
       images. Every reading begins with a short introduction 
       that sets the context of the primary source, while review 
       questions complement the main themes of the readings. Over
       30 illustrations serve as non-textual primary sources. An 
       index is also provided. "--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Life cycle, Human|xHistory|vSources 
651  0 Europe|xSocial conditions|vSources 
651  0 Europe|xHistory|y1492-1648|vSources 
700 1  Terpstra, Nicholas,|eeditor 
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