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A Struggle for Survival. The Continuity of Catholic Religious Literature in Holland: The Example of Delft (1450-1650)
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Marcin Polkowski
ISBN:
978-83-7702-438-6
Pages: 474
Format: B5
Year: 2012
Language: English


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

1. Copyists, Printers and Readers. Catholic Religious Literary Networks and their Infrastructure in Delft from the Later Middle Ages to 1500
1.1. Delft - A Center of Social, Economic and Cultural Life
1.2. The Rise of Delft as a Center of Catholic Religious Literature
1.3. Printers and the Growth of Catholic Readership in Delft

2. Case Study: A Literary Network in Delft around 1500. Dirck Adamszoon van der Burch and the Confraternity of the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary
2.1. Methodological Questions
2.2. Literary Contexts: Late-Medieval Passion Literature in Delft
2.3. Complementary Devotions: The Cult of the Passion of Christ and the Seven Sorrows in Delft
2.4. Was the Devotion of the Seven Sorrows a ‘Political Confession’?
2.5. Literary Networks of the Devotion of the Seven Sorrows in the Netherlands
2.6. Writing about Miracles: The Literary Networks of the Confraternity of the Seven Sorrows in Delft
2.7. Conclusions: The Literary Networks of the Seven Sorrows Devotion

3. Priests, Scholars and Poets. Catholic Religious Literary Networks and their Infrastructure in Delft from 1500 till the Beginning of the Dutch Revolt
3.1. New Identities for Holland and Delft: The Batavian Myth and the Oracle of Delphi
3.2. Between Affirmation and Rejection: ‘Delphi’ and the Catholic Identity of Delft after the Dutch Revolt
3.3. Literary Networks and the Church in Delft around 1550

4. Religious and Political Crisis. Literary Networks, the Church and Society in Delft and the Netherlands during the Mid-16th Century

5. Between Suppression and Toleration. Catholics, the Church and Society in Delft and the Netherlands after 1572
5.1. The Dutch Revolt: A Turning-Point in the Lives of Dutch Catholics
5.2. Between Suppression and Toleration: The Position of Catholics in the Dutch Republic
5.3. A Sign of Catholic Revival: The Activity of Sasbout Vosmeer in Delft

6. Case Study: A Literary Network in Delft around 1589. Sasbout Vosmeer’s Biography of the Venerable Geertruyd van Oosten
6.1. Was Sasbout Vosmeer the Author of a Life of Geertruyd van Oosten?
6.2. The Sources of the Louvain Vita
6.3. The Readers and Listeners of the Louvain Vita
6.4. Reading in the Beguinage: Contexts for the Reception of the Louvain Vita
6.5. Exemplary Christian Behaviors: Moral and Religious Instruction in the Louvain Vita
6.6. Singing on the Bridges: The Reception of the Leuven Vita in the Context of Religious Song Culture in the Later-Medieval and Early-Modern Netherlands
6.7. Conclusions: The Survival of the Religious Literature of Catholics in Holland

7. Discourses of Identity. Catholic Literary Voices in Interaction with the Identities of the Dutch Golden Age (1600-1650)
7.1. Introduction: The Dutch Golden Age
7.2. Navigating the Moral Macrocosm: Global Trade as an Identity of the Dutch Golden Age
7.3. Revising a Moral Topography: The Dutch Republic as a ‘Promised land’?

8. Case Study: A Literary Network in Delft in 1628. Joannes Stalpart van der Wiele and the Golden Age of Christianity
8.1. The Dutch Golden Age: Literary and Cultural Paradigms
8.2. The Golden Age as a Motif of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Literature
8.3. Priests and Missionaries in the Catholic Communities and Literary Networks of Delft: Joannes Stalpart van der Wiele and Ludovicus Makeblijde
8.4. The Continuity of Catholic Literary Networks in Seventeenth-Century Delft
8.5. Conclusions: ‘A Golden Age and a Golden People’. The Christian Golden Age in Stalpart van der Wiele’s Prologue to Gulde-Jaer Ons Heeren Iesu Christi as a Model for Rebuilding Catholic Identity

Afterword

List of Illustrations
Annex. A Survey of Incunables, Post-Incunables and Early Printed Books in Delft (1477-1572)
Bibliography
Index of names
Illustrations

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 July, 2012.
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