Some eighteenth century churchmen

glimpses of English church life in the eighteenth century by George Lacey May

Publisher: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in London

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  • Christian biography -- England
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    Statementby G. Lacey May.
    SeriesStudies in church history
    The Physical Object
    Pagination224p., [5] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16552964M

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Despite some valuable recent studies, most notably Jonathan Clark's influential English Society – (), the history of the eighteenth-century Church of England has long been neglected. In Mark Pattison wrote that ‘the genuine Anglican omits that period from the history of the Church altogether.

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By emphasising the variety of its intellectual life, the book challenges those notions of Enlightenment which advance predominantly political interpretations of this period. Get this from a library. Some eighteenth century churchmen: glimpses of English church life in the eighteenth century.

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Henry May says that before he wrote this book he went exploring. He wanted to find “in the eighteenth century the roots of nineteenth-century American culture.” When he examined the writings of eighteenth century Americans, he saw a mixture of New England Calvinist Protestantism and the European by: Lusty Tom is sent away after an affair with a local girl whom Blifil desires, and he begins his picaresque adventures on the way to London, including love affairs, duels, and imprisonment.

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Some new type of literature was demanded, and this new type must express the new ideal of the eighteenth century, the value and the importance of the individual life To tell men, not about knights or kings but about themselves, about their own thoughts and motives and struggles and the results of action upon their own characters,-this was the.

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There is a distinguished ritualist named Pelliccia, who flourished in the eighteenth century, and of whose work so much was thought when it was even a hundred years old, that his chief book was translated into English, and it appeared in with many recommendations from the advanced High Churchmen of the time.A new monograph series presenting the best current multidisciplinary research on the global eighteenth century.

Published by Boydell and Brewer in association with the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. The eighteenth century was an age in which today’s disciplinary and topographical borders had not yet been quite fixed.The 18th century saw the birth of a new literary genre, the novel, and the growing acceptance of women as authors.

The most famous woman from this period, as recognized today, was the English novelist.