The Dissenters: Volume I: From the Reformation to the French Revolution

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byMichael R. Watts

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Religious dissent has been a persistent feature of English and Welsh history for over four hundred years, influencing the economic, cultural, and political history of the two nations as well as their religious life. The Dissenters is the first of a projected three-volume study on the subject,which promises to be the first comprehensive overview of the subject in more than sixty years.

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Religious dissent has been a persistent feature of English and Welsh history for over four hundred years, influencing the economic, cultural, and political history of the two nations as well as their religious life. The Dissenters is the first of a projected three-volume study on the subject,which promises to be the first comprehensiv...

Michael R. Watts is at University of Nottingham.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:558 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.3 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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"A fascinating study, broad in conception and scholarly in execution, firmly grounded in the immense literature produced over the years by the dissenters and their critics."--History: Reviews of New Books"A tremendous advance on all previous accounts of dissent in Britain....It is comprehensive without being dull, scholarly without being irresponsible."--Journal of Religion"Perhaps the greatest value of this book is that it synthesizes and critically examines the great mass of sources and scholarly writing in the field that have appeared in the last century and brings these into easy reach of the scholarly community....ÝA¨ crucial volume of modernscholarship."--American Historical Review