The written documents of the religious culture grown within women’s cloisters and among the regular clergy, attest, even after the sharpening of the inquisitorial controls imposed by Rome after the Council of Trento, the continuity of a relationship with the Bible Corpus. It passed through the reading of books, the liturgical practices, the teaching of preaching ability, in the wake of a widespread tradition of exchanges between Latin register and the vernacular tradition. A partial effect of this continuity, which leads us to reconsider the thesis of a blocked and destructive relationship with the Bible matrix as the hallmark of the more mature Counter Reformation, can be found in the list of books and in the library inventories gathered by the Congregation of the Index in the context of the great operation of control undertaken to give substantial efficacy to the 1596 Clementine Index of forbidden books.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Bible and biblical systems in the Italian convents of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. First notes|
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Libri, biblioteche e cultura degli ordini regolari nell'Italia moderna attraverso la documentazione della Congregazione dell Indice|
|Editor||Rosa Marisa Borraccini, Roberto Rusconi|
|Numero di pagine||41|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2006|
- ordini religiosi