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This is an important, original, and deeply researched book. David Loewenstein's purpose is to explore the ways in which early modern English authors constructed the phenomena of heretics and heresies, and the profound religious fears, fantasies, and anxieties that shaped these constructions. In the process, he shows how concerns about heresies interacted with attitudes towards persecution, toleration, and sectarianism. For readers of this journal, the last two chapters, devoted to Milton, aredoi:10.17863/cam.39673 fatcat:rntpx7jkjzhhlmyod3auhyy2sq