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This index presents a list of subjects (terms) that occur in this book The Making of Englishmen: Debates on National Identity 1550-1650. What did it mean to be an early-modern Englishman? The book addresses the question not through an investigation of state-formation, or social history, but through the detailed analysis of a series of discursive themes. The normative ideals of Englishness were constantly being undermined, affronted and ignored. In the disarray characteristic of the post-Reformation era, there were constant fears that the Englishman was becoming both slavish and treacherous in political, cultural and religious ways.

Keywords: Englishmen; national identity



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