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This front matter section of the book Books in the Catholic World during the Early Modern Period contains the table of contents and the notes on contributors. The book sheds some light on the routes, networks and mechanisms of book circulation, control and reception in Catholic communities between the fifteenth and the eighteenth centuries. It not only considers books written in Latin, the circulation of which was more often of an international character, but also books written in vernacular languages and read in different Catholic territories.

Keywords: Catholic world; early modern period



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