MacInnes, A. (2004) The British revolution, 1629-60. British Studies . Palgrave McMillan. ISBN 9780333597491Full text not available in this repository.
During the mid-seventeenth century, the Stuart dynasty faced revolution in their three kingdoms - Scotland, Ireland and England - which was marked by constitutional defiance, civil war, regecide, republicanism and the eventual restoration of monarchy. Opposition in all three kingdoms to the Stuarts as an imperial dynasty drew upon and shaped different perceptions of Britain. Allan Macinnes' wider contextualising of a British revolution - which challenges the anglocentric dominance of British History - takes account of apocalyptic visions, baronial politics and commercial networks, as well as confessional allegiances, representative images and written texts. This comprehensive survey is essential reading for all those studying this period of political crisis, which ultimately contributed to the definition of both the national interest of England and the national survival of Scotland and Ireland.
|Keywords:||British revolution, seventeenth century, Scotland, England, Ireland, civil war, regicide, monarchy, constitutional defiance, republicanism, History, Great Britain|
|Subjects:||History General and Old World
History General and Old World > Great Britain
|Department:||Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS) > School of Humanities > History|
|Depositing user:||Strathprints Administrator|
|Date Deposited:||19 Oct 2009 11:36|
|Last modified:||27 Jun 2016 00:06|