Godly and Righteous, Peevish and Perverse: Clergy and Religious in Literature and LettersGodly and Righteous, Peevish and Perverse: Clergy and Religious in Literature and Letters
Raymond Chapman
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(PUBEerdmans)Whether Geoffrey Chaucer's "Poor Parson" or Charles Lamb's "Gentlemen Scholar," Jane Austen's Mr. Collins or Oscar Wilde's Canon Chasuble, English literature paints an incredible assortment of memorable portraits of clerics---pious or worldly, noisy or reserved, admirable or absurd. 267 pages, hardcover.
     

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Introduction
Editorial Notes

1. Godly, Righteous and Sober
2. Erred and Strayed
3. Divers Orders
4. To Instruct the People
5. Then Shall Follow the Sermon
6. Such Things As He Possesseth
7. Forsaking All Worldly and Carnal Affections
8. An Honourable Estate
9. Factious, Peevish and Perverse
10. Joyful in the Lord
11. In Sundry Places
12. All Sorts and Conditions

Sources
Acknowledgements
Index of Authors Quote
Index of Clergy