NEW (Catholics Anglicans and Puritans Seventeenth Century Essays) AUTHOR Hugh R. Trevor–Roper
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wasn t interesting to me and the one on Milton which seemed a polemic against t interesting to me and the one on Milton which seemed a polemic against than a work of reasoned scholarship But the ssays were also too long Essays Nicholas Hill the English Atomist Laudianism and Political Power James Ussher Archbishop of Armagh The Great Tew Circle Milton in Politic. N the intellectual and religious life of his time A long ssay on The Great Tew Circle reinstates Lord Falkland as an important influence on the continuity of ideas through the English revolution The final ssay reassesses the political ideology of MiltonEnglish intellectual history as Trevor Roper essay reassesses the political ideology of MiltonEnglish intellectual history as Trevor Roper it here for the seventeenth century is conditioned by its social and #Political Context Always Engaging And Fresh These #context Always ngaging and fresh these deal with currently interesting historical topics and up to date controversies.
Hugh R. Trevor-Roper ☆ 4 SummaryA selection of rudite studies on some of the colourful characters populating 17th century English intellectual history Laud Nicholas Hill James Ussher the Tew Circle and John Milton I for one never knew the latter could well be considered something of a
fascist Well worth s time I didn t like this collection as much Renaissance Essays published in 1985 confirmed Hugh Trevor Roper's reputation as one of the most distinguished writers of #history and as an uneualed master of the historical ssay Received with critical acclaim in both England and the United States #and as an uneualed master of the historical ssay Received with critical acclaim in both England and the United States volume gathered wide ranging E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial essays on both British and European history from the fifteenth century to thearly seventeenth centuries This seuel Catholics Anglicans and Puritans is composed of "five previously unpublished ssays on the intellectual and " previously unpublished ssays on the intellectual and S I did his Renaissance Essays Trevor Roper is #AT HIS BEST WHEN HE DISCUSSES THE ENTANGLEMENT OF #his best when he discusses the The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons entanglement of and politics the two strongestssays are the ones on Laudianism and on the Tew Circle He works very hard to disentangle these and bring clarity to the 17th century debates The weakest were those on Nicholas Hill a work of his. Movements which lay behind the Puritan revolution in England and IrelandThe opening ssay a skillful work of historical detection investigates the strange career of Nicholas Hill In Laudianism and Political Power Trevor Roper returns to the subject of his first now classic book He analyzes the real significance of the cclesiastical movement associated with Archbishop Laud and speculates on what might have happened if the Stuarts had not abandoned it James Ussher Archbishop of Armagh deals with a key figure ,Proto Fascist Well Worth