The reign of Henry VIII witnessed a dramatic transformation of church and state. MD Palmer analyses the changes that took place and also considers the effect upon society of the English Reformation and the dissolution of the monastries. He concludes with an examination of Henry's character and an assessment of how far he was responsible for the transformation with which he has been identified.
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