Ulster 1641: Aspects of the Rising

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Ulster 1641: Aspects of the Rising

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In 1641 a breakdown occurred between natives and settlers, along ethnic and religious lines. This book of essays examines the genesis and impact of this conflict. There are detailed local studies of the violence; background articles on the Plantation, protestantism and the British political setting; analysis of the place of 1641 in the protestant sense of identity; and examination of the Gaelic literary and continental contexts of the Ulster-hish community. This scholarly volume throws much-needed light on the divisions of seventeenth-centurv Ulster. The accessible style of the contributors makes it valuable both for students of the relationship between religion and society in early modern Europe and also for anyone interested in Ireland's troubled past.

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Book Description The Institute of Irish Studies. Paperback. Book Condition: New. UNUSED, VERY GOOD, NOT EX-LIBRARY, 240 pages. In 1641 a breakdown occurred between natives and settlers, along ethnic and religious lines. This book of essays examines the genesis and impact of this conflict. There are detailed local studies of the violence; background articles on the Plantation, protestantism and the British political setting; analysis of the place of 1641 in the protestant sense of identity; and examination of the Gaelic literary and continental contexts of the Ulster-hish community. This scholarly volume throws much-needed light on the divisions of seventeenth-centurv Ulster. The accessible style of the contributors makes it valuable both for students of the relationship between religion and society in early modern Europe and also for anyone interested in Ireland's troubled past. Bookseller Inventory # 10351

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