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eBook England on Edge: Crisis and Revolution 1640-1642 ePub

by David Cressy

  • ISBN: 0199237638
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: David Cressy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (December 7, 2007)
  • Pages: 462
  • ePub book: 1630 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1186 kb
  • Other: mbr docx lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 644

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England on Edge deals with the collapse of the government of Charles I, the disintegration of the Church of England, and the accompanying cultural panic that led to civil war.

England on Edge deals with the collapse of the government of Charles I, the disintegration of the Church of England, and the accompanying cultural panic that led to civil war. Focused on the years 1640 to 1642, it examines stresses and fractures in social, political, and religious culture, and the emergence of an unrestrained popular press. Hundreds of people not normally seen in historical surveys make appearances here, in a drama much larger than thestruggle of king and parliament.

England on Edge: Crisis . .has been added to your Cart. t is a pleasure to read. -John Morrill, BBC History. fluent and fascinating book"-Church Times. David Cressy is a Professor of History at Ohio State University.

The Revolution Before the Revolution. Citation: Ted Vallance.

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England on the Edge : Crisis and Revolution, 1640-1642. England on Edge deals with the collapse of the government of Charles I, the disintegration of the Church of England, and the accompanying cultural panic that led to civil war.

Section: The long parliament, 1640-1642. Next: England on edge: crisis and revolution, 1640-1642. Previous: The fall of the British monarchies, 1637-1642. Library availability.

This book deals with the collapse of the government of Charles I, the disintegration of the Church of England, and the accompanying cultural panic that led to civil war. Hundreds of people not normally seen in historical surveys make appearances here, in a drama much larger than the struggle of king and parliament

David Cressy is a British-born historian and Humanities Distinguished Professor of History, formerly at The Ohio State University.

David Cressy is a British-born historian and Humanities Distinguished Professor of History, formerly at The Ohio State University. His specialty is the social history of early modern England, a topic on which he has published a number of monographs including Birth, Marriage, and Death: Ritual, Religion, and the Life-Cycle in Tudor and Stuart England (Oxford UP, 1997) and England on Edge: Crisis and Revolution, 1640–1642 (Oxford UP, 2006).

Keywords: Revolution, England, Incl, XVI, map, crisis, University Press, David Cressy, Oxford University.

Author(s) Previous: Dominion: England and its island neighbours, .

David Cressy, ebrary, Inc. Date. 2006 Previous: Dominion: England and its island neighbours, .

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Nightscar Nightscar
Well researched, and a fresh, intuitive approach to the factors and factions that precipitated Britain into Civil War.
Felolune Felolune
excellent
Bys Bys
This book is an excellent explanation of the religious tensions that lead to civil war while bringing the experiences of ordinary people during this tumultuous time. The primary research behind this work is incredible.