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The Tudor experience of Islam
chapterposted on 2023-06-08, 00:31 authored by Matthew DimmockMatthew Dimmock
Tudor experience of Islam; continuing advances of the “infidel” – recapturing Holy Land to defending central Mediterranean; Mandeville's Travels - representing “Muslim faith in a relatively favourable light”; Christian–Islamic conflict; “Mahometism” and “Mahometist” – “Mahomet” for Prophet Muhammad; appetite for Qur'an in Tudor England - material concerning Islam; reformation and conflation; use of Islam - reflecting upon Christian depravity or disunity; military alliance between French king and Ottoman sultan - Tudor England's experience of Islam; Marlowe's Jew of Malta and Tamburlaine - “Turks” contrasted with hypocritical Christians.
Book titleA companion to Tudor literature
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