The religions of the book: Christian perceptions, 1400-1660

Dimmock, Matthew and Hadfield, Andrew (2008) The religions of the book: Christian perceptions, 1400-1660. Early modern literature in history . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230020047

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Item Type: Edited Book
Additional Information: Contents: Introduction: the devil citing scipture: Christian perceptions of the religions of the book / Matthew Dimmock and Andrew Hadfield -- Christian antisemitism and intermedial experience in late medieval England / Anthony Bale -- The Crusade of Varna, 1443-1445: what motivated the crusaders? / Colin Imber -- 'A human head to the neck of a horse': hybridity, monstrosity and early Christian conceptions of Muhammad and Islam / Matthew Dimmock -- 'Vile interpretations' and 'devilish supplements': Jewish exegesis and linguistic siege in Martin Luther's 'On the Jews and their lies' (1543) / Raphael Hallett -- "Turks" and "Christians": the iconography of possession in the depiction of the Ottoman-Venetian-Hapsburg frontiers, 1550-1689 / Palmira Brummett -- Confounding Babel: the language of religion in the English Revolution / Matthew Birchwood -- 'A parallel made with the Jewish sanhedrin': tolerating Jews and Jewish precedents in the early modern church and state / Eliane Glaser -- Milton among the Muslims / Gerald MacLean
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