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0804609470
Author:
N Davy
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English
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Kennikat Press; Text is Free of Markings edition (1970)
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244 pages
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The scientific revolution in 17th century Europe stimulated innovation and discovery in Britain. Experimentation was considered central to innovation by groups such as the Royal Society, which was founded in 1660. In the 20th century, Britain's rate of innovation, measured by patents registered, slowed in comparison to other leading economies.

British literature is literature from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands.

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Release Date:January 1953. Publisher:Barnes & Noble.

English literature - 17th-Century Prose - The 17th century was an age of prose. It first appeared just before 1600 in the Essays of Bacon

English literature - 17th-Century Prose - The 17th century was an age of prose. Interest in scientific detail and leisurely observation marked the prose of the time. It first appeared just before 1600 in the Essays of Bacon. The physician Sir Thomas Browne wrote with dry precision in Pseudodoxia Epidemica (1646), as he amusingly and gravely discussed such beliefs as an elephant hath no joints or hares are both male.

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17th century Literature and Science - from Elizabethan drama to Dryden, Bunyan, and Civil War pamphleteering to Newton and Hobbes. Elizabethan Literary Legagy The system of national finance occupies a prominent position in the history of the seventeenth century, since for some three-fourths of the period it is a primary factor in the relations between the Crown and the parliament. It is at the very root of the constitutional struggle; not because the people were afraid of being tyrannically taxed beyond endurance, not because they grudged money for public purposes, but because they recognised that the control of the purse ultimately entails the control of policy.

Petru Golban Tatiana Golban The Literature of a Turbulent Age Seventeenth-Century British .

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