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Learning to Weep: Early Modern Readers Reading Saint Peters Complaint (1595) - The Collation
A guest post by Clarissa Chenovick Devotional weeping was serious business in early modern England. In an impressive array of bestselling print sermons and spiritual treatises, preachers and writers of varied religious persuasions exhort their hearers and readers to weep, sigh, and groan over their sins, and their audiences seem to have complied—or tried to... Continue Reading »