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Elizabethan casuistry

Elizabethan casuistry

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Published by Catholic Record Society in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Casuistry -- History -- 16th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited] by P.J. Holmes.
    SeriesCatholic Record Society publications., v. 67
    ContributionsHolmes, Peter
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1221 .E44 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination130 p. ;
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3109436M
    LC Control Number82216930

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Although women were not allowed onstage, they did attend performances and often made up a substantial part of the audience. His works The Advancement of Learning, The Novum Organum and The New Atlantis speak in one way of the other about the systems in the society and the requirement of change.

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More of a research resource than a practical book on Elizabethan costume construction, this book is a must-have for the serious 16th century costume historian. He has written thirty eight plays and sonnets in his lifetime.

Introduction & Overview of Elizabethan Drama

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During her reign, some playwrights were able to make a comfortable living by receiving royal patronage. It consists of portraits of men and women, dating from toaccompanied with a detailed description of the costume and accessories in each picture.

History of Elizabethan Theater a. George Chapman completed the work. Although it's a basic book, it does a good job of covering all bases and contains more reliable information than other "Introduction to Elizabethan Costuming" books, such as Norris's Tudor Costume.

Its popularity began to decline during the English Civil War when it was associated with royalism and with the rise of Puritanism that saw it as highly sinful and offensive to God.

Definitions of Puritanism

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Above all, it is a timely story of courage and concession, repression and reaction, and the often terrible consequences when religion and politics collide.

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It is out of print and quite hard to find to buy, but can be easily found through inter-library loans.For many Catholics, the Elizabethan Golden Age was an alien concept. Following the criminalization of their religion by Elizabeth I, nearly two hundred Catholics were executed, and many more wasted away in prison during her reign.

Torture was used more than at any other time in England's history. Elizabethan Period History. The Elizabethan Age is the time period associated with the reign of Queen Elizabeth I () and is often considered to be a golden age in English history.

The book under review is therefore likely to meet strong initial reservations because it is in fact a study of the casuistry of a Jesuit. Dr Peter Holmes, building on his earlier Elizabethan Casuistry (), is well qualified to edit, introduce, annotate and place in its political and theological context the casuistry involved.

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In the process, that author develops a theory of casuistical hermeneutics in a synthesis of. Order of Elizabethan Theater Books The Elizabethan Theater series is a series of historical mystery novels by Welsh novelist Edward Marston (Keith Miles).

The series follows Nicholas Bracewell, who works as the bookholder for the Lord Westfield’s Men theatrical company.