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Mary; art, culture and religion through the ages

By: Ebertshauser, Caroline H
Contributor(s): Haag, Herbert Kirchberger, Joe H. Solle, Dorothee
Material type: TextTextSeries: (A Crossroad Herder Book)New York Crossroad Pub. Co. c1997Description: 272p.; ill.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-8245-1760-1Subject(s): Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint | Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint--Art | Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint--In literature | Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint--Theology | Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint--Cult
Contents:
The image of Mary. Part 1 - Mary's life. Part 2 - Mary in literature. Part 3 - My soul seeks the land of freedom. Part 4 - Mary in music. Part 5 - Mary: dogmas, cult, customs. Part 6 - Mary in art
Abstract: '[This book] is designed not just to enrich the Christian image of Mary, but, in several crucial areas, to correct it. From the beginning Mary has played a major role in theology and popular piety. But every period built up its own image of her, so that in each image of Mary we see the reflection of the individual epochs of religious faith.' -- Foreword
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Transl. by Peter Heinegg, c1998..

The image of Mary. Part 1 - Mary's life. Part 2 - Mary in literature. Part 3 - My soul seeks the land of freedom. Part 4 - Mary in music. Part 5 - Mary: dogmas, cult, customs. Part 6 - Mary in art

'[This book] is designed not just to enrich the Christian image of Mary, but, in several crucial areas, to correct it. From the beginning Mary has played a major role in theology and popular piety. But every period built up its own image of her, so that in each image of Mary we see the reflection of the individual epochs of religious faith.' -- Foreword

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