[Epub] The Politics of Disclosure, 1674-1725: Secret History Narratives (Political and Popular Culture in the Early Modern Period) By Rebecca Bullard – Anguillais.us

The Politics of Disclosure, 1674-1725: Secret History Narratives (Political and Popular Culture in the Early Modern Period)This Is A Study Of The Secret History , A Polemical Form Of Historiography Which Flourished In England During The Late Seventeenth And Early Eighteenth Centuries Secret Histories Promised Their Readers Previously Undiscovered Intelligence About The Covert Actions And Hidden Motives Of Public Figures, Primarily Monarchs, Their Ministers And Their Mistresses In An Era Of Absolute Rule, Secret Histories Shattered The Aura Of Mystery Which Surrounded The Power Elite The Secret History Spread Through The Genres And Was Used By Polemicists, Pamphleteers And Novelists From Across The Political Spectrum Bullard Argues That Secret Histories Rhetorical Peculiarities Must Be Understood In The Light Of Contemporary Party Politics As A Form, They Indicate A Sophisticated, Analytical And Politically Engaged Reading Public In Late Stuart And Early Hanoverian England.

[Epub] The Politics of Disclosure, 1674-1725: Secret History Narratives (Political and Popular Culture in the Early Modern Period) By Rebecca Bullard – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • The Politics of Disclosure, 1674-1725: Secret History Narratives (Political and Popular Culture in the Early Modern Period)
  • Rebecca Bullard
  • 13 July 2017
  • 9781851969692

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