Eighteen years later she has provided an answer that is rather more comprehensive than simply yes or no making ireland english is a study of irelands multifaceted aristocracy over the course of the first seven decades of the seventeenth century. Essentially ohlmeyers contention is that the seventeenth century witnessed the anglicization of the irish aristocracy which was in turn a key element in the anglicization of the country the titled nobility were instruments of english imperialism who profoundly shaped the face of modern ireland p 475. This groundbreaking book provides the first comprehensive study of the remaking of irelands aristocracy during the seventeenth century it is a study of the irish peerage and its role in the establishment of english control over ireland. Making ireland english the irish aristocracy in the seventeenth century jane ohlmeyer new havenyale university press 2012 668 ppshow full title recommend to library tim harris x search for articles by this author brown university show all authors additional info citation information britain and the world volume 8 issue 1 page 142 144 issn 2043 8567 available online
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