希尔顿的博客英语1381年上升,写于1987年,描绘了大自然的农民和他们的背景。源是完全的偏见和辅助源的基础上,使一个完整的新想法,大部分的叛乱是城市家庭,而不是贫穷的农民。然而,这场斗争是农民的权利。许多叛乱城市背景和镇上的居民。其中一些是与当地政府有怨恨,其他人则相对贫困的受害者和一些被激进的信仰影响(希尔顿酒店,1995年,p . 1995 – 201)。
丹·约翰,1381年他的小说对农民起义,描绘了真实场景的残酷杀害数以百万计的无辜生命在黑死病事件,其次是萨宫的燃烧和杀害贵族个性作为报复。他的书出版于2009年赢得独立的书名,作者是一位历史学家获奖小说家(丹,j . 2009)。
在BBC新闻,女人的角色是杀死西蒙的开明的萨德伯里,斧头马克仍可见在他的头骨在展览。这份出版物是第一个,我遇到过,显然是不受任何性别歧视和biasness,无助的女性在1381年的流血事件,他们抓住了轴在他们的手中。(BBC新闻,Hongenboom m . 2012)
The blog English Rising of 1381, by Hilton written in 1987, depicts the nature of the peasants and their background. The source is totally biased and based on secondary sources, which gives a complete new idea that most of the rebellions were from Urban families rather than poor peasants. However, the fight was for the right of peasants. Many of the rebellions have urban backgrounds and were the dwellers of the town. Some of them were having grudges with the local authorities, others were victims of relative poverty and some were influenced by the radical beliefs (Hilton, 1995, p. 201-208).
Dan John, in his novel about the peasant revolt 1381, depicts the real scenario of brutal killing of millions of innocent life in the incident of black death, followed by the burning of Savoy palace and killing of noble personalities as a revenge. His book published in 2009 earned the title of the independent book of the year, the writer is a historian award winning novelist (Dan, J. 2009).
In the BBC news, the role of the women is enlightened in the killing of the Simon of Sudbury , the axe mark is still been visible on his skull kept in exhibition. This publication is the first one that I have come across, is free from any gender discrimination and biasness, clearly showing the helplessness of women during the bloodshed of 1381 that they grabbed axes in their hands. (BBC News, Hongenboom, M. 2012)
Finally the movie, “the history of Warfare, the peasant revolt”, narrated by Michael Leighton, is a very true story depicting the betrayal of promise made by Richard II, followed by the brutal killing of John Ball and Wat Tyler, the leaders of the revolts. The source has been critically examined and is found to be based on reality rather than biased story (Leighton, 2012).