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Seventeenth-Century Ireland: The War of Religions
     

Seventeenth-Century Ireland: The War of Religions

by Brendan Fitzpatrick
 

Seventeenth Century Irelandwas chosen by CHOICEfor the 1989-1990 Outstanding Academic Books and Nonprint Material (OABN) list. The OABN list includes only the top 10% of all books reviewed by CHOICE in 1989. Contents: Introduction; Identities and Allegiances, 1603-25; The Crown and the Catholics: Royal Government and Policy 1625-37; Fateful Ideologies:

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Seventeenth Century Irelandwas chosen by CHOICEfor the 1989-1990 Outstanding Academic Books and Nonprint Material (OABN) list. The OABN list includes only the top 10% of all books reviewed by CHOICE in 1989. Contents: Introduction; Identities and Allegiances, 1603-25; The Crown and the Catholics: Royal Government and Policy 1625-37; Fateful Ideologies: The Stuart Inheritance; Wentworth and the Ulster Crisis, 1638-9; On the Eve of Revolution, 1639-41; 1641: The Plot That Never Was; Insurrection and Confederation, 1641-4; In Search of a Settlement: Ormond, Rinuccini and Cromwell, 1645-53; Theology and the Politics of Sovereignty: Jansenist, Jesuit and Franciscan; Ideologies in Conflict, 1660-91; References; Bibliography; Index

Editorial Reviews

Catholic Historical Review
We will hardly ever exhaust the complexities of the Irish seventeenth century. But this book is a welcome addition which unravels a few more of them.
Choice
[Fitzpatrick's] work is rich with new information and new insights and is an important contribution to the history of England and Scotland as well as Ireland. Contains a valuable bibliography. Highly recommended for college and university libraries supporting British and Irish studies.
The Catholic Historical Review
We will hardly ever exhaust the complexities of the Irish seventeenth century. But this book is a welcome addition which unravels a few more of them.
CHOICE
[Fitzpatrick's] work is rich with new information and new insights and is an important contribution to the history of England and Scotland as well as Ireland. Contains a valuable bibliography. Highly recommended for college and university libraries supporting British and Irish studies.
Catholic The Historical Review
"We will hardly ever exhaust the complexities of the Irish seventeenth century. But this book is a welcome addition which unravels a few more of them."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780389208143
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
02/22/1989
Pages:
291
Product dimensions:
5.74(w) x 8.68(h) x 1.03(d)

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