The Stuart Age: England, 1603-1714

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Longman, 2003 - History - 562 pages
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The Stuart Age, Third Edition is the definitive history of England's century of civil war and revolution. Barry Coward provides clear and accessible interpretations of the many changes that took place in these crowded years of British history, but its aim is not to persuade readers to accept these interpretations uncritically, but to help them take part in the ongoing debate themselves. This new edition clarifies and makes sense of recent historiographical trends over the last decade. In a substantial new introduction to the volume, Barry Coward provides an important assessment of the impact of new revisionist approaches on historical writing about the Stuart age. For readers interested in British

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Barry Coward is Reader in History at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is on the advisory panel of BBC History Magazine. His previous books include Oliver Cromwell (Longman, 2000) and The Cromwellian Protectorate (MUP, 2002).

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