The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0894 Sunday, 22 April 2001
Date: Thursday, 19 Apr 2001 13:41:06
Subject: Re: Historical Accuracy
>Memory does not serve: were copies of Tydale's Bible burnt with his
I didn't suggest that copies of his translation had been burnt WITH him.
I simply said that 'copies of his translations were burnt, as was
himself' (i.e., on separate occasions); I didn't say 'with him(self)'.
(I'm sorry if I confused you.) I myself don't know any sources that
indicate that they were burnt with him. (It doesn't mean that they were
not burnt with him, of course.)
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