For Tuesday, Sept 24, there are two readings.
1) The first is The King’s Cabinet Opened (1645), a collection of letters by King Charles I published during the war.
2) The second is an essay by Barbara Donagan, “Atrocity, War Crime, and Treason in the English Civil War” (1994).
NOTE FROM GROUP 3:
“Well guys, we chose these readings for Tuesday with the intention of exerting mercy on your souls and adhering to a certain standard of brevity. When I took a look at the postings online, they were, to my horror and most certainly yours, lacking the page numbers. Having assigned texts that are over sixty pages long a piece, I get the feeling we may have scared a few people.
I know this is last minute, but here are the numbers for these readings so you don’t kill yourselves trying to get them read by tomorrow: