The Witness of Times: Manifestations of Ideology in Seventeenth Century England
A collection of eleven essays examining, through a variety of venues, the extent to which ideological representations interact with what is arguably the radical dialectic of the period: the increasing significance of power rather than authority as an ideological framework.
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