Tudor and Stuart Britain, 1471-1714

Tudor and Stuart Britain The most up to date and clearly written single volume on the history of Tudor and Stuart Britain Detailed coverage of the entire period Expanded sections on Ireland and Scotland Expanded sections on s

  • Title: Tudor and Stuart Britain, 1471-1714
  • Author: Roger Lockyer
  • ISBN: 9780582314658
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • The most up to date and clearly written single volume on the history of Tudor and Stuart Britain Detailed coverage of the entire period Expanded sections on Ireland and Scotland Expanded sections on social and economic topics, especially the treatment of the poor and the role of women in early modern England Extensive further reading lists provide students with a roadmapThe most up to date and clearly written single volume on the history of Tudor and Stuart Britain.Detailed coverage of the entire period Expanded sections on Ireland and Scotland Expanded sections on social and economic topics, especially the treatment of the poor and the role of women in early modern England Extensive further reading lists provide students with a roadmap for further study

    One thought on “Tudor and Stuart Britain, 1471-1714”

    1. Under a vast series of headings the basic laws and lives of the period are explained. It will become a reference book that I will continue to use in the future study of this period's history. Each situation, reason for, military and parliamentary decision etc is written in such a manner that even an aspiring undergraduate can understand.

    2. A good overview which seems very much a text for a college course. It is not dumbed down or filled with useless "study questions" but seems like an excellent beginner's book or a review book for someone who hasn't studied the period in a while. Solid with no novelties or surprises.

    3. I will probably use more Roger Lockyer books in my early modern research. It covers just about everything you would need. The textbook format can be suffocating in its broadness, but it contains the necessary specificity.

    4. Another A-Level book read mainly for the Stuarts, not the Tudors who I have come to again quite recently.

    5. I read this book for a history class at the University of Texas. My copy is old and musty and feels just right in your hands.Oh yeah, the contents aren't bad either!

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