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By James Holstun

The English Revolution of 1642-60 produced an explosion of stylistically and ideologically varied pamphlet literature. The essays accrued the following specialize in the prose of this new innovative period, and the hot public sphere it helped to create. They disguise a variety of subject matters together with the Royalist assault at the Sectarian Babel and the road theatre of the Ranters.

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