A Monarchy Transformed: Britain 1603-1714

Paperback | December 1, 1997

byMark KishlanskyEditorDavid Cannadine

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The century between 1603 and 1714--an era of profound social, economic, and religious change--launched Britain from an isolated archipelago to a world-class intellectual, commercial, and military center. An outburst of intellectual creativity that surpassed even the Renaissance saw a language scarcely known beyond its native shores become immortalized for a future world

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The century between 1603 and 1714--an era of profound social, economic, and religious change--launched Britain from an isolated archipelago to a world-class intellectual, commercial, and military center. An outburst of intellectual creativity that surpassed even the Renaissance saw a language scarcely known beyond its native shores bec...

Format:PaperbackPublished:December 1, 1997Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140148272

ISBN - 13:9780140148275

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Table of Contents

A Monarchy TransformedList of Maps
Preface
Prologue
1. The Social World
2. The Political World
3. The Scottish Accession, 1603-1618
4. The Duke of Clubs, 1618-1628
5. The Reign of Charles I, 1629-1637
6. Rebellion and Civil War, 1637-1644
7. Civil War and Revolution, 1645-1649
8. Saints and Soldiers, 1649-1658
9. The Restoration Settlements, 1659-1667
10. For Church and King, 1668-1685
11. A Protestant Succession, 1685-1689
12. A European Union, 1689-1702
13. Great Britain, 1702-1714
Epilogue
For Further Reading
Index

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The century between 1603 and 1714--an era of profound social, economic, and religious change--launched Britain from an isolated archipelago to a world-class intellectual, commercial, and military center. An outburst of intellectual creativity that surpassed even the Renaissance saw a language scarcely known beyond its native shores become immortalized for a future world