Table of contents for Earthly treasures : material culture and metaphysics in the Heptameron and evangelical narrative / Catharine Randall.

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Contents 
Introduction 
Objects of Desire: Reading the Material World Metaphysically in Marguerite de Navarre's Heptam¿ron ... 1 
Chapter One 
Telling Tableaux and Textual Resurrections: Marguerite de Navarre and Evangelical Narrative ... 33 
Chapter Two 
Evangelical Dimensions in Decorative Arts: Emblems, Earthly Objects, and the Economy of Transcendence ... 68 
Chapter Three 
A New Medium for a New Message: Evangelicals and Decorative Arts ... 107 
Chapter Four 
Of Tableware, Chalices, and Axeheads: The Evangelical Narrative and Transitory Treasures ... 148 
Chapter Five 
The Evangelical Narrative Genre: Des P¿riers, Du Fail, and Yver ... 195
Chapter Six 
Earthly Treasures: Marguerite's Mondain Monstrances 230 
Chapter Seven 
Costuming the Christiform Text; or, L'habit ne fait pas le moine ..... 262 / 
Chapter Eight 
Interior Decoration and External Trappings: Space for the Spirit ... 308 
Conclusion 
From Self to Soul: Treasures of the Heart ... 368 
Notes
Bibliography ... 388 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549. Heptamãaeron.