By Nature and by Custom Cursed: Transatlantic Civil Discourse and New England Cultural Production, 1620-1660
University Press of New England, 1999 - 317 էջ
A re-examination of New England's cultural society, in which Puritans share the stage with many other discourses.
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INTRODUCTION By Nature and by Custom Cursed i
ONE A True Relation
TWO Whatsoever We Did When We Lived in England
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