The controversy over extending complete civil rights to British and Irish Catholics not just preoccupied British politics but in addition proficient the romantic period's such a lot favorite literary works. This booklet bargains the 1st finished, interdisciplinary research of Catholic Emancipation, one of many romantic period's so much contentious concerns.
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