The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth is often considered an
'aberration' where monarchy was reduced by the nobility to
impotence, and which was consequently partitioned. However,
historians' reappraisal of monarchy in early modern Europe calls
for a reconsideration of the extent of Polish-Lithuanian
'divergence'. The essays of this collection assess the institution
and idea of monarchy in one of Europe's largest and most neglected
states. It will appeal to all those interested in early modern
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