||Exiles, expatriates, and travellers: towards a cultural and intellectual history of the English abroad, 1640-1660 / by Timothy Raylor -- Disruptions and evocations of family amongst royalist exiles / by Ann Hughes and Julie Sanders -- A broken broker in Antwerp: William Aylesbury and the Duke of Buckingham's goods, 1648-1650 / by Katrien Daemen-de Gelder and J.P. Vander Motten -- A tortoise in the shell: royalist and Anglican experience of exile in the 1650s / by Marika Keblusek -- Exile, apostasy and Anglicanism in the English Revolution / by Sarah Mortimer -- Exile in Europe during the English Revolution and its literary impact / by Nigel Smith -- Abraham Cowley and the ends of poetry / by Christopher D'Addario -- "Not sure of safety": Hobbes and exile / by James Loxley -- "A poor exile stranger": William Goffe in New England / by Philip Major -- "The good old cause for which I suffer": the life of a regicide in exile / by Jason Peacey.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. -201) and index.|
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|ISBN||9781409400066 (hbk. : alk. paper)|