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The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1(of 3)电子书

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作       者:Froude, James Anthony

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出版时间:2017-11-28

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James Anthony Froude was born at Dartington Rectory, the youngest son of the Archdeacon of Totnes, on April 23, 1818. His father was a clergyman of the old school, as much squire as parson. In the concluding chapter to his History of England, Froude wrote that "for a hundred and forty years after the Revolution of 1688, the Church of England was able to fulfil with moderate success the wholesome functions of a religious establishment. Theological doctrinalism passed out of fashion; and the clergy, merged as they were in the body of the nation, and no longer endeavouring to elevate themselves into a separate order, were occupied healthily in impressing on their congregations the meaning of duty and moral responsibility to God." Of this sane and orthodox, but not over-spiritual, clergy, Archdeacon Froude was an excellent and altogether wholesome type. He was a stiff Tory; his hatred of Dissent was so uncompromising that he would not have a copy of the Pilgrim's Progress in the rectory. A stern, self-contained, reticent man, he never, in word of deed, confessed his affection for his youngest son. He was a good horseman, and was passionately fond of open-air exercises and especially of hunting. His one accomplishment was drawing, and his sketches in after years earned the praise of Ruskin.
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INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I SOCIAL CONDITION OF ENGLAND IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY

CHAPTER II THE LAST YEARS OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF WOLSEY

CHAPTER III THE PARLIAMENT OF 1529

CHAPTER IV CHURCH AND STATE

CHAPTER V MARRIAGE OF HENRY AND ANNE BOLEYN

CHAPTER VI THE PROTESTANTS

APPENDIX TO CHAPTER VI WILL OF THOMAS CROMWELL—1529.

CHAPTER VII THE LAST EFFORTS OF DIPLOMACY

Notes.

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