Eighteenth-century English society : shuttles and swords /
England in the long eighteenth century has often been regarded as a deferential society under aristocratic leadership, or more recently, as a society whose internal tensions were dispersed by the persistent experience of war. This book takes a different view. Drawing together the implications of rec...
|Published:||Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1997.|
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