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This book uses the notion of the public sphere to produce a new view of the history of England in the post reformation period, tracing its themes from the 1530s to the early eighteenth century. The contributors, who are all leaders in their own fields, bring a diverse range of approaches to bear on the central theme. The book aims to put the results of some of the most inn ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 17th 2012 by Manchester University Press (first published November 27th 2007)
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