George Fox and Early Quaker Culture

    George Fox and Early Quaker Culture

    Hilary Hinds

    Manchester University Press 2011

    Hardback 228pp

    9780719081576   Product Code: 20701

    Combining literary and historical approaches, Hinds examines the origins of Quakerism in the 17th century through close readings of the journal kept by George Fox, one of the founding Friends, in dialogue with texts by other early followers and critics of the movement. She shows how Quaker rhetoric and culture, which emanated from the single core principle of the inward light of divinity, reshaped contemporary understandings of temporality, spatiality, movement and gendered agency.

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