Puritanism and Revolution
Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th century

Hill, Christopher
Publisher:  Panther Books, London, United Kingdom
Year Published:  1968   First Published:  1958
Pages:  384pp  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX9239

A series of essays on the massive changes which occurred in seventeenth-century England.


Table of Contents


Part I: Movements and Men
1. Recent Interpretations of the Civil War
2. Social and Economic Consequences of the Henrician Reformation
3. The Norman Yoke
4. The English Revolution and the Brotherhood of Man
5. The Agrarian Legislation of the Revolution

Part II: Men and Movements
6. Lord Clarendon and the Puritan Revolution
7. William Perkins and the Poor
8. The Political Sermons of John Preston
9. Thomas Hobbes and the Revolution in Political Thought
10. James Harrington and the People
11. The Mad Hatter
12. John Mason and the End of the World
13. Society and Andrew Marvell
14. Clarissa Harlowe and Her Times