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This front matter section of the book Herculean Labours: Erasmus and the Editing of St. Jerome's Letters in the Renaissance contains the table of contents, list of illustrations, acknowledgments, list of abbreviations, and a note on references. Offering a detailed examination of various editorial interventions, the book demonstrates Erasmus of Rotterdam's self-promotion, religious purpose, and novelty in editing St. Jerome's letters, as well as his debt to previous and influence on subsequent editions of the Church Father.

Keywords: Church Father; Erasmus; Herculean labours; Rotterdam; self-promotion; St. Jerome's letters



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