关于起义的细节已经被从“英语城市社会和1381年起义”,屠夫e . 1987年写的。应该是相关的信息,因为它是由剑桥大学出版社出版。中世纪的英国所面临的最严重的暴乱发生在1381年6月,被称为“农民起义。黑死病在1348年的波,摧毁了50%的人口。所以较小的劳动供应给工资,最终土地所有者的利润大幅下降,解体都观察到商贸(屠夫,1987年,p . 1987)。源是合理的和全面淋浴的所有参数。
另一个资源是革命和革命者的百科全书由马丁·c·写于1996年。理查德统治的时代是英国历史上的关键时刻,十四岁时,国王面临很多问题,他危及恢复王权的声望。在布伦特伍德起义对税吏,埃塞克斯。国王会见了农民领袖显然泰勒和同意他的要求,但下令屠杀,享受杀戮的叛乱领导人没有挑衅(马丁,1996年,p . 1996)。细节更倾向于有偏见的残酷的国王,完全忽略了生病的计划破坏农民的政府的财产。
The story of peasant revolt has been discussed by many writers, novelists, movie makers and news casters. Each of them giving a new twist to the real scenario of 1381 revolt. I have gather few sources to be discussed according to their structures and details about the revolt. The reasons of the revolt, the outcomes and the end has been discussed in the following transcriptions.
The details about the revolt has been taken from “English Urban Society and Revolt of 1381”, written by Butcher E. in 1987. The information is supposed to be relevant as it has been published by the Cambridge University Press. The most serious revolt faced by Medieval England took place in June 1381, known as the Peasant Revolt. The wave of Black Death in 1348, wiped out 50% of the population. So the lesser supply of labors gave rise to wage rate, ultimately the profit of the landowners declined dramatically and disintegration has been observed among trade and commerceButcher, 1987, p. 86). The source is justified and comprehensively shower light on all the parameters.
Another resource is the Encyclopedia of Revolution and Revolutionaries by Martin C. written in 1996. The era of Richard rule has been the critical time in the Britain History, at the age of fourteen, the king faced a lot of issues and he jeopardized to restore the prestige of the crown. The revolt rose against the tax collectors in Brentwood, Essex. The King met the leader of the peasant Tyler and apparently agreed to his demands, but ordered his massacre and enjoyed the killing of the rebellion leader without provocation (Martin, 1996, p. 422). The details inclined more biasedly on the cruelty of the King, totally ignoring the ill planning of the peasant of sabotaging the property of the government.