The English Civil War: The Essential Readings / Edition 1by Peter Gaunt
Pub. Date: 03/13/2001
This book brings together twelve of the most influential articles on the English Civil War, including coverage of all the major debates on this key period in British history. See more details below
This book brings together twelve of the most influential articles on the English Civil War, including coverage of all the major debates on this key period in British history.
Table of Contents
1. What Was The English Revolution: John Morrill, Brian Manning and David Underdown.
2. The English Revolution and Revisionist Revolt: Mary Fulbrook.
3. The British Problem and The English Civil War: Conrad Russell.
4. Opposition to the Personal Rule of Charles I: The Diary of Robert Woodford, 1637-1641: John Fielding.
5. Why Did Charles I Call The Long Parliament?: Conrad Russell.
6. Why Did Charles I Fight The Civil War?: Conrad Russell.
7. The Defection of Sir Edward Dering, 1640-41: Derek Hirst.
8. Sir William Brereton and England's Wars of Religion: John Morrill.
9. Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Creation of Rival Administrations at the Beginning of the English Civil War: Martyn Bennett.
10. The War, the People and the Absence of the Clubmen in the Midlands, 1642-46: Simon Osborne.
11. England Turned Germany? The Aftermath of the Civil War in its European Context: Ian Roy.
12. The Levellers and Christianity: J. Colin Davis.
13. Charles Stuart, That Man of Blood: Patricia Crawford.
14. A Bougeois Revolution?: Christopher Hill.
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