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Articles > 2013 > 1 February > Reviews > Book reviews >

The ruining of the choirs

This is emotive RC history, says Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Saints, Sacrilege and Sedition: Religion and conflict in the Tudor Reformations
Eamon Duffy
Bloomsbury £20
(978-1-4411-8117-6)
Church Times Bookshop £18 (Use code CT628 )

FROM the moment you set eyes on Eamon Duffy's collection of essays on the English Reformation, you know where his allegiances lie. The cover displays a gory image of martyrdom: Thomas More, his neck on the block, waits for the axe to fall, ...

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