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In the Wake of the Plague: The Black Death and the World it Made (Central Asian Studies) Paperback – February 4, 2002
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(describing the young Princess Joan) She was a top-drawer white girl, a European princess, ...
(with regards to the English King) Three flunkies of the royal household...
(contextually speaking about English fashion) Good taste was not a quality of the English monarchy then or now.
(after describing the 'value' of some English-held church sacrament items) It was a long way from the Sermon on the Mount.
(and in another description, there were several, of the differences between 14th century lives and ours today) But the nobility did not act that way, preferring more the visceral contact of the hunting dogs and hawks they loved than the anxiety-ridden, memory-dominated self-consciousness of affluent and well-educated people today.
If one shares this view, and it's accompanying style of apparently subjective editorializing, the book would be a much more enjoyable read.