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THE RISE OF ANTI-CATHOLICISM IN ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-1603

@inproceedings{Walker2018THERO,
  title={THE RISE OF ANTI-CATHOLICISM IN ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND 1558-1603},
  author={Bethany Walker},
  year={2018}
}
This thesis, on the rise of anti-Catholic policy, language, and literature in Elizabethan England, is a chronological study of the most influential events of Elizabeth’s reign, from the instigation of her Elizabethan Settlement in 1558 to the end of her reign in 1603. It will examine the legislative measures set out across her reign, going on to examine the textual and physical responses they prompted. There are two key questions to be answered throughout the course of this thesis. Firstly, to… Expand

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