Anticlericalism in Britain, 1500-1914.

By: Aston, Nigel and Matthew Cragoe. (editors).

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8vo - 23.5 15.5 cm.; xxii - 225 pp. Contents: 1 - "Foreword" by Keith Robbins, 2 - "Introduction" by Nigel Aston and Michael Cragoe, 3 - "Anticlericalism in the Church of England Before 1558; an Eating Canker?" by David Loades, 4 - "Anticlericalism and Clericalism, 1580-1640" by Christopher Haigh, 5 - "To Govern Is to Make Subjects Believe: Anticlericalism, Politics and Power, 1680-1717" by J. A. I. Champion, 6 - "Anti-Catholicism as Anglican Anticlericalism: Nonconformity and the Ideological Origins of Radical Disaffection" by James E. Bradley, 7 - "The Changing Nature of English Anticlericalism, 1750-1800" by G. M. Ditchfield, 8 - "Anglican Responses to Anticlericalism in the Long Eighteenth Century, 1689-1830" by Nigel Aston, 9 - "Rotavating the Kailyard: Re-imaging the Scottish Meenister in Discourse and the Parish State since 1707" by Callum G. Brown, 10 - "Did Anticlericalism Exist in the English Countryside in the Early Nineteenth Century?" by Frances Knight, 11 - "Anticlericalism and Politics in Mid-Victorian Wales" by Matthew Cragoe, 12 - "Varieties of Anticlericalism in Later Victorian and Edwardian England" by Nugh McLeod. Five page general index at the back. The book appears to have been used very little if at all.

Title: Anticlericalism in Britain, 1500-1914.

Author Name: Aston, Nigel and Matthew Cragoe. (editors).

Categories: History,

Publisher: Phoenix Mill, UK., Sutton Publishing.: 2001

ISBN Number: 0750922060

ISBN Number 13: 9780750922067

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 25453

Keywords: History; Catholic; Anglican; British; Reformation; Clergy;