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Oliver Cromwell (Reputations Series)

by J. C. Davis

Series: Reputations

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340731184, Paperback)

This comprehensive new study provides an original and provocative approach to Cromwell's reputation and his role in the English revolution. J. C. Davis's penetrating analysis reveals Cromwell's successes and failures and offers a fascinating assessment of his life and achievements.


J. C. Davis is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of East Anglia, UK
This comprehensive new study provides an original and provocative approach to Cromwell's reputation and his role in the English revolution. J. C. Davis's penetrating analysis reveals Cromwell's successes and failures and offers a fascinating assessment of his life and achievements.

This comprehensive new study provides an original and provocative approach to Cromwell's reputation and his role in the English revolution. J. C. Davis's penetrating analysis reveals Cromwell's successes and failures and offers a fascinating assessment of his life and achievements.

"A highly sophisticated and profoundly skeptical book…The most intellectually satisfying book on Cromwell this reviewer has ever read. Deserves to be read by all students of the period."—Albion


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