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by Clive Holmes,Felicity Heal

ISBN: 0804724490
ISBN13: 978-0804724494
Language: English
Publisher: Stanford University Press (November 1, 1994)
Pages: 476
Category: Europe
Subategory: History

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important social groups in early modern England and Wales: the gentry.

This book sets out to study the behaviour and influence of one of the most important social groups in early modern England and Wales: the gentry.

Felicity Heal, Clive Holmes. Stanford University Press, 1994 - 473 sayfa. This book sets out to study the behaviour and influence of one of the most important social groups in early modern England and Wales: the gentry.

No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission

No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission.

Felicity Heal (Author), Clive Holmes (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0804724494. Social and cultural history at its best, this is a comprehensive group portrait of the gentry in early modern England and Wales, tracing them through a period that saw the creation of the early modern state, the Protestant Reformation, and civil war and revolution. The authors’ scholarship is impressive, and they have an eye for the telling detail.

Full recovery of all data can take up to 2 weeks! So we came to the decision at this time to double the download limits for all users until the problem is completely resolved. Thanks for your understanding! Progress: 8. 5% restored. Главная The Gentry in England and Wales, 1500–1700. The Gentry in England and Wales, 1500–1700. Felicity Heal, Clive Holmes (auth. The book is the first full analysis of the gentry in the early modern period since . Mingay The Gentry: the Rise and Fall of a Ruling Class (1976). Felicity Heal, Clive Holmes. It offers a synthesis of the recent specialist work on this key social and political group, but will also provide a distinctive approach to its subjects through the use of the texts and artefacts by which the gentry sought to fashion themselves. early modern period education England fashion politics. Bibliographic information.

Heal was born on 24 September 1945 in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England, to John and Winifred Chandler Felicity Heal; Clive Holmes (1994). The Gentry in England and Wales, 1500-1700. Stanford University Press. ISBN 978-0-8047-2448-7.

Heal was born on 24 September 1945 in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England, to John and Winifred Chandler. She was educated at Lewes Girls' Grammar School, an all-girls state grammar school in Lewes, Sussex. She studied history at Newnham College, Cambridge, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1967 and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in 1970. Felicity Heal; Clive Holmes (1994). Felicity Heal (2005). Reformation in Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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The book is the first full analysis of the gentry in the early modern period since . Mingay The Gentry: the Rise and Fall of a Ruling Class (1976)

The book is the first full analysis of the gentry in the early modern period since .

The Gentry in England and Wales, 1500–1700. By Felicity Heal and Clive Holmes. Stanford University Press, 1994. Katharine Swett, "Felicity Heal and Clive Holmes, The Gentry in England and Wales, 1500–1700," The Journal of Modern History 69, no. 4 (December 1997): 822-824.

This book sets out to study the behaviour and influence of one of the most important social groups in early modern England and Wales: the gentry. Although their power and wealth has been the subject of lively historiographical debate for the last fifty years there has been no sustained attempt to integrate and evaluate the available evidence on this section of the elite. Lawrence Stone's magisterial The Crisis of the Aristocracy, 1558-1641 (published in 1965) offered a full analysis of the titled nobility of those non-nobles most closely tied to the aristocracy by blood and wealth. The present book moves further down the social scale, considering those whom contemporaries sometimes called the 'lesser nobility', the landed classes without claim to title, and those below them who struggled to establish a right to be called 'gentlemen'.It is possible to attempt some quantitative analysis of the size of the gentry group, and even of its aggregate wealth and landholding - issues to which the 'rise of the gentry' debate accorded much attention. But the present volume adopts instead an ethnographic approach in order to understand what it was to be a 'gentleman' in early modern England; what contemporaries believed to be the essence of gentility; and what mode of life had to be adopted in order to justify claims to status and power. Wealth and political influence are given full attention, but so are attitudes to family and lineage, to education, learning and social behaviour, and also, since the period 1500-1700 was one of religious upheaval, to belief and relations with the church. Case studies and artefacts are used as essential 'texts' to explicate social values and action.
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