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Hi,
I've got to write this history essay tomorrow, so I'm doing a practice run now, but I'm really stuck on how I should introduce the essay.
It's a b-part question, with three sources, and the question is:
English people had not turned against their Church and there was no widespread yearning for reform
I can use own knowledge too, so I'm going to mention the pilgrimage of grace and the Lincolnshire rising to support the question and the Hunne Affair and the policies of closed orders to back up my counter-argument.
If anyone has any ideas or tips on how to introduce this essay, they would be very much appreciated.
Thanks
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