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This bibliography of the book Books in the Catholic World during the Early Modern Period presents a list of references and articles relevant to the discussion on books in the Catholic world. The creation, reception and dissemination of Castilian spiritual literature in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Rafael M. Pérez García offers a vivid example of the determinant influence that common readings had on Catholic spiritual and intellectual movements even long before the Council of Trent, while superseding the barriers set by nationalist historiography to their global comprehension.

Keywords: Castilian spiritual literature; nationalist historiography; Rafael M. Pérez García



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