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Men and events; historical essays.

Author: H R Trevor-Roper
Publisher: New York, Harper [1957]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
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Trevor-Roper, H.R. (Hugh Redwald), 1914-2003.
Men and events.
New York, Harper [1957]
(OCoLC)569480776
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H R Trevor-Roper
OCLC Number: 392894
Notes: London ed. (Macmillan) has title: Historical essays.
Description: 324 pages 22 cm
Contents: The Holy Land --
The world of Homer --
The Dark Ages --
The Medieval Italian capitalists --
Ibn Khaldoun and the decline of Barbary --
Up and down in the country; the Paston Letters --
Desiderius Erasmus --
Niccolo Machiavelli --
The twilight of the monks --
England's moderniser: Thomas Cromwell --
The crisis of English humanism: Reginald Pole and his circle --
Hugh Latimer and the English Commonwealth --
Sir Thomas More and the English lay recusants --
Elizabeth and Cecil --
The last Elizabethan: Sir Walter Raleigh --
The Jesuit mission in England and the gunpowder plot --
Twice martyred: the English Jesuits and their historians --
The Jesuits in Japan --
Fuller's 'worthies' and the age of English charity --
James I and his bishops --
The Jewish dispersion --
The Sephardim in England --
The Jews and modern capitalism --
Rubens in politics --
Gustavus Adolphus and the Swedish empire --
A case of co-existence: Christendom and the Turks --
The country-house radicals --
The outbreak of the Great Rebellion --
The social causes of the Great Rebellion --
The myth of Charles I: a tercentenary occasion --
'Eikon Basilike': the problem of the king's book --
The Quakers --
Huguenots and papists --
Thomas Hobbes --
The anti-Hobbists --
Clarendon and the Great Rebellion --
Macaulay and the Glorious Revolution --
The Marquis of Halifax --
The Spanish enlightenment --
The Faustian historian: Jacob Burckhardt --
Lytton Strachey as historian --
Karl Marx and the study of history --
Arnold Toynbee's millennium.

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