Dr Charles Moseley

Dr C W R D Moseley MA, PhD, FSA, FEA, FRSA
Life Fellow, and Director of Studies in English, Hughes Hall, Cambridge
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Charles Moseley has written a large number of books and articles, mainly to do with his academic interests.

Recent published essays range from Elizabethan painting to nineteenth century printing technology and the topographical drawings of Alfred Wainwright.

In 1996 he published A Field Full of Folk, an account of his and his wife’s life in the then remote village on the edge of the Cambridgeshire Fens to which they moved in 1963. A ‘prequel’ to that book, on growing up in the Lancashire of the 1940s and 50s, may follow shortly.

One of Charles' most recent books, Cambridge Observed, written with the poet Clive Wilmer, is an anthology of impressions of Cambridge, and will one day be followed by a further anthology, Cambridge People.

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Chaucer: The Knight's Tale: a Critical Study          Chaucer: The Pardoner's Tale: A Critical Study          Milton: The English Poems of 1645          Shakespeare: Richard III: A Critical Study

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The Travels of Sir John Mandeville
Cambridge Observed: an Anthology
‘The Poetic Birth’: Milton's Poems of 1645
A Century of Emblems: An Introduction to the Renaissance Emblem
A Field Full of Folk: A Village Elegy
Writers and their work: J. R. R. Tolkien

 

 

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