6 edition of The Trial of Charles I found in the catalog.
by Published for Dartmouth College by University Press of New England in Hanover, NH
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-151).
|Statement||edited by David Lagomarsino, Charles T. Wood.|
|Contributions||Lagomarsino, David., Wood, Charles T., Dartmouth College.|
|LC Classifications||KD372.C53 T75 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|ISBN 10||0874515009, 0874514991|
|LC Control Number||89040356|
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The trial itself was a farce, since there was no law for it and the outcome was determined. Charles put up a good show and walked calmly to his death. This is a nice short read on the trial and execution of King Charles. It is totally unbiased and shows both sides for what they were.
A nice touch on this book was the people who condemned King /5(9). Praise for the first edition: "Darwin on Trial shows just how Darwinian evolution has become an idol of the contemporary tribe, and how deeply philosophical and religious ideas enter into its status as part of the intellecutal orthodoxy of our day."(Alvin Plantinga, Notre Dame University) Praise for the first edition: "Darwin on Trial is unquestionably the best critique of Darwinism I Cited by: The Trial For Murder, written inis a short story by Charles Dickens.
It is one of Dickens' ghost stories, and is perhaps the best known outside of "A Christmas Carol."/5. "The trial of Charles I is one of the most important events in British history, and the documentary evidence surrounding it is thrilling and evocative. This wonderful new edition offers not just the colour but also the complexity of the surviving sources; it reveals the contested nature of the events themselves, as well as ongoing debates about.
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The story of Charles I's trial and execution has been told many times before, but in this work the relevant historical documents (newspapers, letters. Summary. At the trial the next day, Darnay offers an articulate and well-planned defense of himself.
However, the jury remains unconvinced of his innocence until Doctor Alexandre Manette and Mr. Lorry testify on his behalf. The court spectators who called for Darnay's head at the beginning of the trial cheer wildly when the jury votes to free him.