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This front matter section of this book titled Povertys Proprietors: Ownership and Mortal Sin at the Origins of the Observant Movement contains the table of contents, a list of maps and illustrations, the acknowlegdements and the abbreviations. The book offers a detailed account of one inflection of this wider reforming contest over property and community. It begins that account with an overview of the cloisters culture of personal property as fifteenth-century reformers inherited it. Turning to the southern territories of the Empire, it then races the emergence of a distinct reforming discourse that sought to uproot that culture.

Keywords: fifteenth-century Observant reform; reformed community



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