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Ian Atherton,Julie Sanders
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Politics, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain (Paperback).

Essays examine everything from the King's correspondence, to the role of consort queens at court and opposition to the King in libel, satire and on the stage. Many historians assert that it was Charles's inept and dangerous policy of 'personal rule' which was responsible for putting the country on the road to civil war. This book will be invaluable for students and lecturers seeking to better understand the causes of the conflict. Politics, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain (Paperback). Manchester University Press.

Politics, culture and society in early modern Britain. Great Britain - Politics and government - 1625-1649. Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649 - Causes. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Local notes: Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Horace Howard Furness Memorial Fund. Contributor: Atherton, Ian.

Montreal: Black Rose Books. Court culture and the origins of a royalist tradition in early Stuart England

Montreal: Black Rose Books. Brathwait, R. (1630). The English gentleman. Bushnell, R. W. (1990). Tragedies of tyrants: Political thought and theater in the english renaissance. Court culture and the origins of a royalist tradition in early Stuart England. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Force, love and authority in Caroline political culture. In I. Atherton & J. Sanders (Ed., The 1630s: Interdisciplinary essays on culture and politics in the caroline era (pp. 28–49). Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. Sommerville, J. P. (E.

The 1630s: Interdisciplinary Essays on Culture and Politics in the Caroline Era (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006), ed. with Julie Sanders. Norwich Cathedral: Church, City and Diocese, 1096-1996 (London and Rio Grande, Ohio: Hambledon Press, 1996), ed. with Eric Fernie, Christopher Harper-Bill and Hassell Smith. The Civil War in Staffordshire in the Spring of 1646: Sir William Brereton's Letter Book, April-May 1646, ed. with Ivor Carr (Staffordshire Record Society, Collections for a History of Staffordshire, 4th series, vol. 21, 2007).

Atherton, Ian and Sanders, Julie (eds). The 1630s: Interdisciplinary Essays on Culture and Politics in the Caroline Period. Bellany, A. The Politics of Court Scandal in Early Modern England: News Culture and the Overbury Affair, 1603–1660. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006. Badir, Patricia and Yachnin, Paul. Shakespeare and the Cultures of Performance. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008. Bailey, Rebecca A. Staging the Old Faith: Queen Henrietta Maria and the Theatre of Caroline England, 1625–42. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

General Period Reading, Introductions, and Reference Works:  Ian Atherton and Julie Sanders, eds, The 1630s: Interdisciplinary Essays on Culture and Politics in the Caroline Era (Manchester UP, 2006)  Jonas Barish.

General Period Reading, Introductions, and Reference Works:  Ian Atherton and Julie Sanders, eds, The 1630s: Interdisciplinary Essays on Culture and Politics in the Caroline Era (Manchester UP, 2006)  Jonas Barish, The Antitheatrical Prejudice (Berkeley: U of California P, 1981)  Martin Butler, Theatre and Crisis: 1632-1642 (CUP, 1984). Drawing extensively on primary sources, this book illuminates the human cost of war and its effect on society.

Ian Jeffrey Atherton, Julie Sanders. Politics, culture and society in early modern Britain. This item appears on. List: HS3T51: Revolution in Britain and Ireland, 1603-1649. 9780719071584, 9780719071591. 9780719071584,9780719071591,9780719071584,9780719071591. Section: Key reading. Next: Absolute monarchy and the Stuart Constitution

Caroline dramatic culture, in other words, took shape . Thomas White and the Blackloists: Between Politics and Theology during the English Civil War. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008.

Caroline dramatic culture, in other words, took shape not only in theaters but also in bookstalls. The position of these plays in early modern print culture thus contradicts the familiar rhetorical construction of Red Bull playgoers as unlettered, or even illiterate, and demands a reassessment of the social and educational make-up the audience for a ‘popular’ theatrical repertory.

Ian Atherton and Julie Sanders (Manchester University Press, 2006), pp. 171-88. The Poetics of Sycophancy: Ben Jonson and the Caroline Court’, in Running Wild: Essays, Fictions and Memoirs Presented to Michael Wilding, ed. David Brooks and Brian Kiernan (Sydney, 2004), pp. 29-42. e) articles in refereed journals.

This is an exciting collection of essays on the rule of Charles I at a time of fundamental importance to English history. This book combines the work of historians with academics from literary studies to provide an interdisciplinary study of the culture and political life of the decade. The chapters focus on issues regarding politics, religion, the monarchy and culture, as well as literature and art history. Essays examine everything from the King's correspondence, to the role of consort queens at court and opposition to the King in libel, satire and on the stage.