A Companion to Stuart Britain

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Barry Coward
Wiley, Apr 15, 2008 - History - 592 pages
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Covering the period from the accession of James I to the death of Queen Anne, this companion provides a magisterial overview of the ‘long' seventeenth century in British history.
  • Comprises original contributions by leading scholars of the period
  • Gives a magisterial overview of the ‘long' seventeenth century
  • Provides a critical reference to historical debates about Stuart Britain
  • Offers new insights into the major political, religious and economic changes that occurred during this period
  • Includes bibliographical guidance for students and scholars

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About the author (2008)

Barry Coward is Reader in History at Birkbeck College, London. His previous publications include The Stanleys, Lords Stanley and Earls of Derby: The Origins, Wealth and Power of a Landowning Family, 1385–1672 (1983), Oliver Cromwell (1991), The Stuart Age: England 1603–1714 (second edition, 1994) and, with Christopher Durston, The English Revolution: A Sourcebook (1997). He is the President of the Cromwell Association.

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