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Catholics and the 'Protestant Nation'
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Contents Contributors Preface and acknowledgements Abbreviations 1. Introduction: English Catholic history in context - Ethan Shagan 2. Is the pope Catholic? Henry VIII and the semantics of schism - Peter Marshall 3. Confronting compromise: the schism and its legacies in mid-Tudor England - Ethan Shagan 4. Elizabeth and the Catholics - Michael C. Questier 5. Construing martyrdom in the English Catholic community, 1582-1602 - Thomas M. McCoog, S.J. 6. From Leicester his Commonwealth to Sejanus his fall: Ben Jonson and the politics of Roman (Catholic) virtue - Peter Lake 7. Papalist political thought and the controversy over the Jacobean oath of allegiance - Johann Sommerville 8. 'Furor juvenilis': post-Reformation English Catholicism and exemplary youthful behavior - Alison Shell Index

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Ethan H. Shagan is Associate Professor of History at Northwestern University

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'This is a distinguished collection of essays, vigorously written.' Bill J. Shiels, University of York

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