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Europe In The Middle Ages

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Europe In The Middle Ages by Ierne Lifford Plunket is a comprehensive and engaging overview of the history of Europe from the fall of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance. Plunket provides a thorough analysis of the political, social, and cultural developments that shaped Europe during this tumultuous period.

One of the strengths of the book is Plunket's clear and accessible writing style, which makes complex historical events and concepts easy to understand. The book is also well-organized, with each chapter focusing on a different aspect of medieval Europe, such as the rise of feudalism, the Crusades, and the Black Death.

Plunket does an excellent job of incorporating primary sources and scholarly research into her analysis, providing readers with a well-rounded understanding of the period. She also does a good job of highlighting the diversity of experiences within medieval Europe, from the opulent courts of the nobility to the struggles of the peasantry.

Overall, Europe In The Middle Ages is a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about this fascinating period in history. Plunket's thorough research and engaging writing style make this book a must-read for students, scholars, and history buffs alike.

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Though sometimes called the "Dark Ages", the period of Middle Ages is far from dull or uninteresting. In this book I. L. Plunket masterfully shows the colorfullness and diversity of the Middle Ages. Heroes like Charlemagne, Richard the Lion Hearted, Joan of Arc and many others come to life in these pages. The rich religious life of the Middle Ages, controversies between different secular and religious authorities and general rising of nations in Europe are disclosed to the reader. - Summary by Kikisaulite

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