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by Rachel Hammersley

eBook The English Republican Tradition and Eighteenth-Century France: Between the Ancients and the Moderns (Studies in Early Modern European History MUP) download ISBN: 0719079322
Author: Rachel Hammersley
Publisher: Manchester University Press; 1 edition (June 4, 2010)
Language: English
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Article in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 35(2) · June 2012 with 3 Reads.

Article in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 35(2) · June 2012 with 3 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. It deals with novel criticism, canon formation and relations between genre and gender.

Series: Studies in Early Modern European History. Hammersley thus offers a new and fascinating perspective on both the legacy of the English republican tradition and the origins and thought of the French Revolution. Published by: Manchester University Press. The book is focused around a series of case studies, which focus on a number of colourful and influential characters including John Toland, viscount Bolingbroke, John Wilkes, and the comte de Mirabeau.

Studies in Early Modern European History). by. Rachel Hammersley. This book will thus be of value to all those interested in the fields of intellectual history and the history of political thought, seventeenth and eighteenth-entury British history, eighteenth-century French history and French Revolution studies.

This book repositions early modern Catholic abroad colleges in their . Schools and the Republic of Letters in early modern Germany.

This book repositions early modern Catholic abroad colleges in their interconnected regional, national and transnational contexts. From the sixteenth century, Irish, English and Scots Catholics. ISBN: 978-1-7849-9514-0 More. ISBN: 978-1-7849-9137-1. This highly original book is the first in-depth study of a footsoldier of the seventeenth-century German Republic of Letters.

Hammersley, Rachel (2016), The English Republican tradition and eighteenth-century France : between the ancients and the moderns, Studies in early modern European history, Manchester University Press, ISBN 978-1784991371. Hammersley, Rachel (2015), Revolutionary Moments, Textual Moments in the History of Political Thought, Bloomsbury Publishing, ISBN 9781472517234. Hammersley, Rachel (2011), French revolutionaries and English republicans : the Cordeliers Club, 1790-1794, Royal Historical Society studies in history. Woodbridge, ISBN 978-1843836469.

by Rachel Hammersley. series Studies in Early Modern European History. Hammersley thus offers a new and fascinating perspective on both the legacy of the English republican tradition and the origins and thought of the French Revolution

by Rachel Hammersley. The book is focused around a series of case studies, which focus on a number of colourful and influential characters including John Toland, Viscount Bolingbroke, John Wilkes and the Comte de Mirabeau.

English Republican Tradition and Eighteenth-Century France : Between the Ancients and the Moderns. Part of the Studies in Early Modern European History Series). by Rachel Hammersley.

The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 70, Issue. Caveat emptor! 3 McKendrick, Neil, Brewer, John, and Plumb, J. The Birth of a Consumer Society: The Commercialization of Eighteenth-Century England (Bloomington, 1982).

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The English republican tradition and eighteenth-century France offers the first full account of the role played by seventeenth and eighteenth-century English republican ideas in eighteenth-century France.Challenging some of the dominant accounts of the republican tradition, it revises conventional understandings of what republicanism meant in both Britain and France during the eighteenth century, offering a distinctive trajectory as regards ancient and modern constructions and highlighting variety rather than homogeneity within the tradition. Hammersley thus offers a new and fascinating perspective on both the legacy of the English republican tradition and the origins and thought of the French Revolution. The book is focused around a series of case studies, which focus on a number of colourful and influential characters including John Toland, Viscount Bolingbroke, John Wilkes and the Comte de Mirabeau. This book will thus be of value to all those interested in the fields of intellectual history and the history of political thought, seventeenth and eighteenth-century British history, eighteenth-century French history and French Revolution studies.