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By Jean-François Gilmont,Christine Krieger,Peter Rodolphe

Après les deux premiers volumes de cette monumentale bibliographie des œuvres de Calvin (voir THR 255 et 281), le troisième quantity couvre l. a. fin du siècle (1565-1600). Lorsque Calvin meurt en 1564, l'essentiel de son œuvre écrite est déjà publié. Pour l'ensemble du siècle, nous connaissons 469 éditions de textes majeurs de Jean Calvin. Pour los angeles période 1565-1600, il y a quelque a hundred and fifty éditions, soit un ranges du overall. Le rythme de e-book, élevé les premières années qui suivent los angeles disparition du Réformateur, se ralentit un peu à partir de 1570 et davantage encore au-delà de 1590. Cette construction présente deux caractéristiques importantes : tout d'abord le succès que l'œuvre de Calvin rencontre auprès des publics anglo-saxon (46 titres), allemand (17 titres) et néerlandais (11 titres); ensuite, los angeles bibliographie montre que l'Institution de l. a. faith chrétienne pénètre l'enseignement, ce qui suscite, à partir de 1576, l. a. rédaction de manuels scolaires bâtis autour d’elle.

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Bibliotheca Calviniana. Les oeuvres de Jean Calvin publiées au XVIe siècle. III, Ecrits théologiques, littéraires et juridiques : 1565-1600 (Travaux d'Humanisme et Renaissance) (French Edition) by Jean-François Gilmont,Christine Krieger,Peter Rodolphe


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