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Author: Brian E. Strayer,Walter C. Utt
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Title: The Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647-1698
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Publisher: Sussex Academic Press; First Edition edition (February 15, 2003)
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The Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647-1698 by Brian E. Strayer,Walter C. Utt



The Bellicose Dove book. As a critical, scholarly biography, Bellicose Dove revises the apo The Bellicose Dove is the first English biography of the Huguenot lawyer, preacher, diplomat and martyr Claude Brousson in 150 years. It examines his life (1647–98), letters, sermons, books, and the role he played in resisting Louis XIV’s persecution of the Huguenots until his death on the scaffold in 1698. As a critical, scholarly biography, Bellicose Dove revises the apologetic picture painted by 19th-century writers of Brousson as a pious pacifist.

Brousson, Claude, 1647-1697. Huguenots - France - Biography. Includes bibliographical references (pages -197) and index. The dove is born (1647-1683) - The dove turns bellicose (1683-1684) - The dove flies abroad (1683-1688) - The dove returns to France (1689-1693) - The lion and the dove - The hawk and the dove - The international dove (1693-1696) - The mystical dove - The sacrificial dove (1697-1698). The bellicose dove : Claude Brousson and Protestant resistance to Louis XIV, 1647-1698, Walter C. Utt and Brian E. Strayer. Brighton ; Portland, Or. : Sussex Academic Press, 2003. 190390031X (alk. paper).

Home All Categories The Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV 1647-1698. ISBN13: 9781845191962. Bellicose Dove : Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis X1V, 1647-1698. The Bellicose Dove" is the first English biography of the Huguenot lawyer, preacher, diplomat and martyr Claude Brousson in 150 years. It examines his life (1647 98), letters, sermons, books, and the role he played in resisting Louis XIV s persecution of the Huguenots until his death on the scaffold in 1698.

Walter C. Strayer, The Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647-1698, (Brighton and Portland, Oreg. Sussex Academic Press, 2003). Randolph Vigne and Charles Littleton (ed., From strangers to citizens. The integration of immigrant communities in Britain, Ireland and colonial America, 1550-1750 (London/Brighton & Portland Oreg. Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland/Sussex Academic Press, 2001).

Claude Brousson (1647–1698) was a French Huguenot lawyer and preacher. He returned to France after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and was broken on the wheel in 1698. Six Heroic Men: John Frith; T. Fowell Buxton; David Livingstone; Richard Baxter; John Lawrence; Claude Brousson. ews/2003/20030325 utt. Utt, Walter . and Brian E. The Bellicose Dove; Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647-1698. Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press, 2013. This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. Friedrich Wilhelm Bautz (1975). This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Wood, James, ed. (1907). article name needed". The Nuttall Encyclopædia.

BELLICOSE DOVE is the first English biography of the Huguenot lawyer, preacher, diplomat and martyr Claude Brousson in 150 years. It examines his life (1647-1698), letters, sermons, books, and the role he played in resisting Louis XIV's persecution of the Huguenots until his death on the scaffold in 1698. As a critical, scholarly biography, The Bellicose Dove revises the apologetic picture painted by 19th-century writers of Brousson as a pious pacifist. It explores his flirtation with treason in the 1683 Toulouse Project and his invitation to the duc de Schomberg to invade France and end.

The Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647–1698 by Walter Utt and Brian E. Strayer (Feb 1, 2003). by Dominic Schumann (Jul 4, 2013). Anatole France Abroad by His Secretary Jean Jacques Brousson. by Anatole (1844-1924). Pollock, John (1878 France (1928).

7 See Walter C. Utt and Brian Eugene Strayer, The Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647 –1698 (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2003), pp. 20 –33. 8 See Cre´te´, Les Camisards, pp. 27 –8, and Robin Gwynn, Huguenot Heritage: The History and Contribution of Huguenots in Britain (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985), pp. 3 and 17 –18. Downloaded from fs. xfordjournals

Brian E. Strayer is a Professor of History at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Mich. He joined the faculty in 1983. Strayer was born in Waterloo, . and graduated from Union Springs Academy, Union Springs, . He has also published four books entitled Lettres de cachet and Social Control and the Ancien Regime, 1659-1789 (1992) Where the Pine Trees Softly Whisper: The History of Union Springs Academy (1993), Huguenots and Camisards in France, 1589-1789 (2001), and Bellicose Dove: Claude Brousson and Protestant Resistance to Louis XIV, 1647-1698 (2003). He is completing a book to be published in May 2008 entitled "Suffering Saints: Jansenists and Convulsionnaires in France, 1640-1790.

The Bellicose Dove is the first English biography of the Huguenot lawyer, preacher, diplomat and martyr Claude Brousson in 150 years. It examines his life (1647–98), letters, sermons, books, and the role he played in resisting Louis XIV’s persecution of the Huguenots until his death on the scaffold in 1698. As a critical, scholarly biography,Bellicose Dove revises the apologetic picture painted by 19th-century writers of Brousson as a pious pacifist. It explores his flirtation with treason in the 1683 Toulouse Project and his invitation to the duc de Schomberg to invade France and end the Revocation in 1690–91, as well as his and François Vivent’s use of violence inside France.
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