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Christopher Hill

(1912—2003) historian


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(1912–2003),

Marxist historian, master of Balliol College, Oxford (1965–78). His many works on the period of the Civil War include The World Turned Upside Down; Radical Ideas during the English Revolution (1972), which introduces the prose of many of the lesser‐known and radical writers of the period. He also edited the works of Winstanley, and has written studies of Cromwell (God's Englishman, 1970) Milton (Milton and the English Revolution, 1977), and Bunyan (A Turbulent, Seditious and Factious People: John Bunyan and His Church, 1988).

Subjects: Literature.


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