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. 3 See the classic studies by A.G. Dickens, Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1959) and The English Reformation , second edition (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989). See also Margaret Aston’s more cautious and nuanced interpretation of the relationship between Wyclif’s followers and Reformation thought in ‘Lollardy and the Reformation: Survival or Revival?’, History , 49 (1964), 149–70, and ‘John Wycliffe’s Reformation Reputation’, Past and Present , 30 (1965), 23–51. Both essays are

in John Wyclif