Religion and Irreligion in Victorian Society: Essays in Honor of R.K. Webb

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Psychology Press, 1992 - Great Britain - 205 pages
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This volume of eleven specially commissioned essays celebrates the work of Robert K. Webb, one of the foremost historians of modern Britain. The contributors address some of the central themes in the history of nineteenth-century religion.

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