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John de Wycliffe, D. D.: A Monograph
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John de Wycliffe, D. D.: A Monograph


Seeleys 1853

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Keeping his eye steadily on John Wycliffe and tracing the development of his opinions through his writings, Robert Vaughan weaves biography and history together seamlessly, painting a complete picture of Wycliffe and his works.

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Key Features

  • Provides an appendix with a complete Wycliffe bibliography
  • Contains an in depth and complete look into Wycliffe and his works
  • Analyzes the development of Wycliffe’s views throughout all of his writings


  • Wycliffe and the Wycliffes
  • Wycliffe in Oxford
  • Wycliffe as Master of Balliol
  • Wycliffe and the Religious Orders
  • Wycliffe on the Power of Church and State
  • Wycliffe and English Romanism
  • Wycliffe as Professor of Divinity
  • Wycliffe as a Diplomatist
  • Wycliffe as a Confessor
  • Wycliffe and the English Bible
  • Wycliffe as a Parish Priest
  • Wycliffe as an Author
  • Wycliffe and His Successors

Praise for the Print Edition

The work may rank as perhaps the most successful of professed historical monographs in the language.

North British Review

It is a work honorable alike to the industry, judgement, learning, and good taste of the author, and we believe it will go down to posterity as a classic work in English history—the book to which the men in days to come will have recourse for full and authentic information respecting the character, the opinions, and the doings of the greatest Englishman of the middle ages.

The Eclectic Review

Product Details

  • Title: John de Wycliffe, D. D.: A Monograph
  • Author: Robert Vaughan
  • Publisher: Seeleys
  • Publication Date: 1853
  • Pages: 583

About Robert Vaughan

Robert Vaughan (1795–1868) was chair of history at London University from 1834–1842, then served as president and professor of theology at Lancashire Independent College from 1843–1857. During his time at Lancashire, he founded The British Quarterly, which he edited for 20 years. He was a prolific writer and editor, and his works include Causes of the Corruption of Christianity, The History of England under the House of Stuart, Protestant Nonconformity in Its Relation to Learning and Piety, Essays on History, Philosophy, and Theology, and The Modern Pulpit Viewed in Its Relation to the State of Society.

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