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England's Troubles

Seventeenth-Century English Political Instability in Europe…
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Titel: England's Troubles
Autor/en: Jonathan Scott

ISBN: 0521423341
EAN: 9780521423342
Seventeenth-Century English Political Instability in European Context.
black & white illustrations.
Sprache: Englisch.
Cambridge University Press

25. Mai 2000 - kartoniert - 560 Seiten

A broad new interpretation of the events and beliefs of seventeenth-century England.
Preface; Introduction: experience other than our own; 1. The shape of the seventeenth century; Part I. England's Troubles, 1618-89: Political Instability: 2. Taking contemporary belief seriously; 3. The unreformed polity; 4. Reformation politics (1) 1618-41; 5. Counter-reformation England; 6. Reformation politics (2) 1637-6; 7. Restoration memory; 8. Restoration crisis 1678-83; 9. Invasion 1688-9; Part II. The English Revolution 1640-89: Radical Imagination: 10. The shape of the English Revolution; 11. Radical reformation (1): the power of love; 12. Radical reformation (2): outward bondage; 13. Radical renaissance (1): after monarchy; 14. Radical renaissance (2): republican moral philosophy and the politics of settlement; 15. Radical restoration (1): the subjected plaine; 16. Radical restoration (2): the old cause; Part III. Restoration 1660-1702: Reconstruction and Statebuilding: 17. Restoration process; 18. First restoration 1660-78; 19. 'Second Restauration' 1679-85; 20. Third restoration 1688-94; 21. Anglo-Dutch statebuilding.
'Shot through with brilliance and an extraordinarily powerful historical intelligence.' John Morrill, University of Cambridge 'Breathtaking in its scope, magisterial in its thesis, and intellectually provocative, the work will spark widespread discussion for a very long time to come.' Richard L. Greaves, Florida State University 'We have had no interpretative synthesis as original or as comprehensive since Hill's Century of Revolution. The elegance, coherence and sweep of the approach deserve to make this book a focus of discussion for all early modernists.' Glenn Burgess, University of Hull '... full of acute criticisms, new emphases, apt and fresh quotations ... as a myriad of particular insights and revisions, Scott offers a stimulating panorama of the whole seventeenth century, the first large-scale explanatory analysis that takes as beyond the attenuated and sterile debates over revisionism.' Kevin Sharpe, History Today 'A work of unsurpassed imagination, unrelenting originality and unabashed boldness ... It is brimming with originality and stuffed with insights that make it the most stimulating book on seventeenth-century history to have appeared in years, if not decades.' Times Literary Supplement 'This is a work of enormous intellectual ambition ... The work certainly crackles with illuminating ideas and insights in detail ... Jonathan Scott has produced a stimulating work, often brilliant in detail and argued powerfully.' Journal of Ecclesiastical History ' ... a complex, striking reading of seventeenth-century English political development which evokes vigorous disagreement and admiration in equal measure.' Parliamentary History ' ... a provocative and very valuable book, which tackles a large subject and sets the complicated history of Britain and Europe in the seventeenth century in a fresh and clear framework. ... England's Troubles should stimulate readers to reexamine the challenges presented to them by events in their own times and by the institutions that the past has bequeathed to them.' Royal Stuart Review
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