Whores of Babylon : Catholicism, gender, and seventeenth-century print culture

@article{Dolan2001WhoresOB,
  title={Whores of Babylon : Catholicism, gender, and seventeenth-century print culture},
  author={Frances E. Dolan},
  journal={The Eighteenth Century},
  year={2001},
  volume={32},
  pages={512}
}
In Whores of Babylon, Frances E. Dolan offers a perceptive study of the central role that Catholics and Catholicism played in early modern English law, literature, and politics. She contends that despite sharing the same blood, origins, and history as their Protestant antagonists, Catholics provoked more prolific and intemperate visual and verbal representation, and more elaborate and sustained legal regulation, than any other marginal group in seventeenth-century England. This careful and… Expand
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