NEW WORLDS AND NEW IDEAS
The New World as earthly paradise, the “noble savage” as child of nature, exploration’s role in the rise of absolute monarchy, the rise of mercantilism and the middle class, the printing press and the spread of humanist philosophy, the preeminence of Europe, Milton’s rebellion and Paradise Lost, England’s Glorious Revolution.
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This title is part of the series: HISTORY THROUGH LITERATURE
9 and up