CONFESSIONS OF FAITH IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND
As seventeenth century England wrestled with the aftereffects of the Reformation, the personal frequently conflicted with the political. In speeches, political pamphlets, and other works of religious controversy, writers from the reign of James I to that of James II unexpectedly erupt into autobiography.
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