The Popish Plot
Cambridge University Press, 2014/07/21 - 406 ページ
First published in 1944 as the second edition of a 1944 original, this book contains a detailed and comprehensive history of the fictitious 'Popish Plot', which caused turmoil in the reign of Charles II. Pollock rigorously investigates the background of the plot as well as the outcome for the plot's main mover, Titus Oates, and the long-term impact the plot had on the British religious landscape. Alternately lauded and condemned at its first publication, this book will be of value to anyone with an interest in British religious history and the history of the Stuarts.
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