The Lord Treasurer and the Jesuit: Robert Persons's Satirical 'Responsio' to the 1591 Proclamation

Houliston, Victor
June 2001
Sixteenth Century Journal;Summer2001, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p383
Academic Journal
Analyzes the Roman Catholic response to the rhetorical strategies of Jesuit leader-in-exile Robert Person in England. Influence of Person's work on Jesuits and seminary priests; Development of a satirical critic against the religious policies of William Cecil; Comment on the Protestant regime.


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