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The Outbreak of the English Civil War
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Reform in the Provinces: The Government of Stuart England
The foundation of the English state from the reigns of the Tudors to the age of Queen Victoria was a partnership between the crown and the country gentlemen who exercised administration and justiceExpand
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Patriotism, Identity and Commemoration: New Light on the Great War from the Papers of Major Reggie Chenevix Trench
This article builds upon the recent historiography of the First World War to illuminate three aspects of the war. As a case study, it uses the papers of Major Reggie Chenevix Trench, a youngExpand
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Gender, Sex and Subordination in England, 1500-1800.
Part 1 Before The Gendered Body: Prologue - Men's Dilemmas Functional Anatomies Fungible Fluids, Heat and Concoction The Weaker Vessel Effeminacy and Manhood. Part ll The Working Of Patriarchy:Expand
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Order and Disorder in Early Modern England
Notes on contributors List of abbreviations Preface Acknowledgements Introduction A. J. Fletcher and J. Stevenson 1. Puritanism and social control? M. Spufford 2. Popular religion and the pilgrimageExpand
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COURSES IN POLITENESS: THE UPBRINGING AND EXPERIENCES OF FIVE TEENAGE DIARISTS, 1671–1860
The paper examines the upbringing of five teenagers between 1671 and i86o. It is based on close reading of their diaries. It deals with the relationship between these teenagers and their parents,Expand
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Manhood, the male body, courtship and the household in early modern England.
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • History (Historical Association (Great Britain))
  • 1 July 1999
Little work has been done on early modern masculinity. This article reviews the state of our knowledge on its definition, development and construction. It opens with a consideration of the medicalExpand
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