1st Edition

The History of Old Age in England, 1600-1800, Part II vol 5

    346 Pages
    by Routledge

    What did it mean to be old in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England? This eight-volume edition brings together selections from medical treatises, sermons, legal documents, parish records, almshouse accounts, private letters, diaries and ballads, to investigate cultural and medical understanding of old age in pre-industrial England.


    Lynn Botelho, Susannah R Ottaway, Anne Kugler