Culture and Control in Counter-Reformation Spain.
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Introduction: Culture and Control in Counter-Reformation Spain
Chapter 1 "Christianization" in New Castile: Catechism, Communion, Mass, and Confirmation in the Toledo Archbishopric, 1540-1650
Chapter 2 A Saint for All Seasons: The Cult of San Julián
Chapter 3 Religious Oratory in a Culture of Control
Chapter 4 The Moriscos and Circumcision
Chapter 5 Aldermen and Judaizers: Cryptojudaism, Counter-Reformation, and Local Power
Chapter 6 Magdalens and Jezebels in Counter-Reformation Spain
Chapter 7 La bella malmaridada: Lessons for the Good Wife
Chapter 8 Saint Teresa, Demonologist
Chapter 9 Woman as Source of "Evil" in Counter-Reformation Spain
Chapter 10 On the Concept of the Spanish Literary Baroque
Afterword: The Subject of Control
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- Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
- Perry, Mary Elizabeth.
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- Print version: Cruz, Anne J. Culture and Control in Counter-Reformation Spain
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