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Culture and Power in England, c.1585-1685

Author: SMUTS, R. MALCOLM
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 224
Pub Date: 10/08/1999
Publisher: PALGRAVE MACMILLAN
ISBN: 9780333606292
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Quick overview This text examines relationships between cultural history and politics, from the eve of the Armada to the death of Charles II. It emphasizes the diversity of cultural perspectives available in the period, and the role played by concepts of honour, law, divine providence and humanist scholarship.
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This text examines relationships between cultural history and politics, from the eve of the Armada to the death of Charles II in 1685. It emphasizes the diversity of cultural perspectives available in the period, the role played by concepts of honour, law, divine providence and humanist scholarship, the importance of religious tensions in shaping political imagination, and the growing cultural importance of conflict and partisanship during and after the Civil War.

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