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Anna Trapnel - the Cry of a Stone (1654)
     

Anna Trapnel - the Cry of a Stone (1654)

by Hilary Hinds (Editor), Hilary Hinds (Editor)
 

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In 1654, in the middle of the turbulent years of the English Revolution, Anna Trapnel fell into a trance while attending the examination by the Council of State of a prominent Baptist/Fifth Monarchist preacher. For nearly 12 days she sang, prayed, and prophesied to a growing crowd at a nearby inn. is the written record of her words from the fifth day on. This annotated version is accompanied by editor Hinds' (Cheltenham and Gloucester College) introduction to Trapnel and the radical sectarian context of her writing, together with an assessment of the critical context in which the writings of such 17th-century women have been received in recent years. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780866982627
Publisher:
M R T S
Publication date:
12/28/2000
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
123

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