Furor juvenilis: the post-Reformation English Catholic mission and exemplary youthful behaviour.
Catholics and the Protestant nation.
Manchester UP: Manchester.
This argues that, after the English Reformation, children brought up in Catholic families or who converted to Catholicism were often strongly motivated by exemplary oppositional ideals, and as such, regarded with respect by their elders.
|Title:||Furor juvenilis: the post-Reformation English Catholic mission and exemplary youthful behaviour.|
|Additional information:||A paperback edition was produced in 2009.|
|Keywords:||recusancy, history of childhood|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences
UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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