Such a stance underlies Norbrook's reading of Milton's covert repudiation of an ambitious and monarchical
Cromwell in his late prose and in Paradise Lost.
Two such changes were of particular importance for sixteenth-century literature: on the one hand, European colonial expansion across large distances into the New World, and, on the other hand, the integration of local communities into centrally administered monarchical
The section tracing monarchical
imagery through Paradise Lost is particularly strong, arguing that Milton reserves monarchy for God alone, and critiques its human application in his portrait of Satan.
In his official inaugural portrait he strikes a monarchical
The whole point of a democratic United States throwing off the British Crown in an 18th century war of independence was to get rid of monarchical
The real threat to democracy is posed by monarchical
attitude and stubbornness of the rulers.
Democratic Pakistan is being ruled in a monarchical
Internationally published books on Brunei are a rarity and this English translation of Marie-Sybille de Vienne's Brunei de la thalassocratie a la rente (2012) is a welcome addition that provides many insights into the modern workings of this small yet complex country with an absolute monarchical
system of government.
2% of Iranians showed that they wanted the monarchical
system to change to an Islamic Republic.
Supreme Court on Friday said that grant of veto power to eminent persons under the Act amounted to conferring them with ' monarchical
power' as they could then stymie the decision of the President as well as the Chief Justice of India regarding appointment of a judge.
Al-Hamidi was a key figure within the September 1969 coup that dethroned the monarchical
government of King Idris.
Taking Patrick Collinson's 'monarchical
republic' as a starting point, Hutchinson explores the reasons why the monarchical
republic failed to take hold in Ireland and defines the ideological conditions that led to the triumph of absolutism.