Samuel Fullerton
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This chapter reviews the book’s central arguments before offering some closing thoughts on their historiographical implications. It argues for the importance of gender and sexuality to political histories of the English Revolution and calls for a reconsideration of Restoration sexual culture; it positions mid-century sexual politics in alternative chronologies, such as that of European civility and the broader history of sex-talk; and it briefly suggests how its narrative might alter prevailing narratives about the history of Western sexuality. The chapter concludes by urging for a closer relationship between the history of politics and the history of sex.

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