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Cromwell and the Interregnum: The Essential Readings / Edition 1
     

Cromwell and the Interregnum: The Essential Readings / Edition 1

by David Lee Smith
 

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ISBN-10: 0631227253

ISBN-13: 9780631227250

Pub. Date: 05/07/2003

Publisher: Wiley

This book brings together eight of the most influential recent articles on Oliver Cromwell and the Interregnum.

  • Brings together seminal articles on Oliver Cromwell and the Interregnum.
  • Illuminates the personality of Cromwell and his achievements.
  • Includes treatments of Ireland and Scotland alongside discussion of

Overview

This book brings together eight of the most influential recent articles on Oliver Cromwell and the Interregnum.

  • Brings together seminal articles on Oliver Cromwell and the Interregnum.
  • Illuminates the personality of Cromwell and his achievements.
  • Includes treatments of Ireland and Scotland alongside discussion of England.
  • Editorial material introduces students to the historiographical issues.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780631227250
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
05/07/2003
Series:
Blackwell Essential Readings in History Series
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements.

Editor's Introduction.

1. Oliver Cromwell, the Regicide and the Sons of Zeruiah (John Morrill, University of Cambridge and Philip Baker, Associate Editor, The New Dictionary of National Biography).

2. Oliver Cromwell and the Sin of Achan (Blair Worden, University of Sussex).

3. The Cromwellian Protectorate: A Military Dictatorship? (Austin Woolrych, University of Lancaster).

4. 'The Single Person's Confidants and Dependents'? Oliver Cromwell and his Protectoral Councilors (Peter Gaunt, University College, Chester).

5. Oliver Cromwell and the Localities: The Problem of Consent (Anthony Fletcher).

6. Cromwell’s Religion (Colin Davis, University of East Anglia).

7. Oliver Cromwell, the First Protectorate Parliament and Religious Reform (David L. Smith, University of Cambridge).

8. Cromwell, Scotland and Ireland (David Stevenson, University of St. Andrews).

Timeline.

Index.

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