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STEWART HEADLAM'S RADICAL ANGLICANISM: The Mass, the Masses, and the Music Hall

ORENS, John Richard

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Urbana / Chicago: University of Illinois Press, (2003). First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's black boards. In original photographic dust jacket. Fine in like DJ. Very slight traces of soiling on jacket, else fine. Binding tight and sound, pages bright and clean. 178pp. 0252028244 (Item ID: 17821)

Intellectual biography of Headlam (1847-1924), British Anglican priest and impassioned advocate of the working class. Headlam is known for helping bail Oscar Wilde out of prison, where he had been detained for being homosexual.



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