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The stark ideological division between Catholics and Protestants has long been an issue in British society, spurring numerous bloody conflicts along the way. In the engrossing historical novel Micah Clarke, Arthur Conan Doyle sets the title character's coming of age story at the height of these schismatic tensions, adding a dramatic backdrop to Micah's already tumultuous life.

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