England's culture wars Puritan reformation and its enemies in the Interregnum 1649-1660 /
This text explores what happened once the monarchy had been swept away after the Civil War and puritans found themselves in power. It examines campaigns to regulate sexual behaviour reform language, and suppress Christmas traditions, disorderly sports, and popular music.
|Main Author:||Capp, B. S.|
|Other Authors:||Oxford Scholarship Online.|
Oxford University Press,
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