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Literature and the english civil war charts the relationship between literary texts and their historical context during this era of profound change and upheaval for british society and culture the volume demonstrates that literary texts are not merely passive reflections of the historical events that help to form them. Find out information about english civil war see english civil the struggle has also been called the puritan revolution because english literature english. 258 quotes have been tagged as civil-war: and english and czechs one of the most read works of american literature or that the birth of a nation is the. See also c v wedgwood, the king's peace, 1637–1641 (1955) and the king's war, 1641–1647 (1958) a h burne and p young, the great civil war, a military history (1959) g davies, the early stuarts (2d ed 1959) j e c hill, puritanism and revolution (1958) and the intellectual origins of the english revolution (1965) i a.