978-0-253-22775-1 / 9780253227751

Inquisition and Society in Spain in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries


Publisher:Indiana Univ Pr



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For twenty years Henry Kamen's The Spanish Inquisition (1965) has been acknowledged as the authoritative modern study of one of the most notorious institutions of the western world. In this new study he develops the argument of the original work, using unpublished archival material and the fruits of recent research to present an up-to-date and challenging reappraisal of the Inquisition. Viewpoints, in particular, on the history of the Jews, the social and literary impact of the tribunal, and its effects on the religious life of the Spanish people have been re-examined and revised.

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