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The Debate on the English Reformation


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Introduction 1. Contemporary historiography of the English Reformation, 1525-70 2. Interpretations of the Reformation from Fuller to Strype 3. Historians and contemporary politics: 1780-1850 4. The Church of England in crisis: the Reformation heritage 5. The Tudor revolution in religion: the twentieth-century debate 6. The Reformation and the people: Discovery 7. The Church: how it changed 8. The Debate in the age of peer review 9. The Place of the Reformation in modern biography, fiction and the media Conclusion: Reformation: Reformulation, Reiteration and Reflections Further Reading Name index Subject index

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Rosemary O'Day is Emeritus Professor of History at the Open University

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