Table of contents for The sense of suffering : constructions of physical pain in early modern culture / edited by Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen, Karl A.E. Enenkel.


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Introduction: Constructions of Physical Pain in Early
M odern  C ulture  ...................................................... ...   1
JAN FRANS VAN DIJKHUIZEN AND KARL ENENKEL
Aesthetics and Anesthetics: The Art of Pain Management
in  Early  M odern  England  ................................................  19
MICHAEL SCHOENFELDT
Whipping Boys: Erasmus' Rhetoric of Corporeal
Punishment and  its Discontents  .........................................  39
ANITA TRANINGER
Articulating Pain: Martyrology, Torture and Execution in
the Works of Antonio Gallonio (1556-1605) .....................  59
JETZE TOUBER
Pain as Persuasion: The Petrarch Master Interpreting
Petrarch's De  remediis  ........................................ ...............  91
KARL A.E. ENENKEL
Green Wounds: Pain, Anger and Revenge in Early Modern
C ulture  .............................. ... ................................... .  165
KRISTINE STEENBERGH
Partakers of Pain: Religious Meanings of Pain in Early
M odern  England  ............................. .... ...............  189
JAN FRANS VAN DIJKHUIZEN
Passio und Compassio: Geisselungsrituale italienischer
Bussbruderschaften im spaten Mittelalter ............................  221
ANDREAS DEHMER
Self-Flagellation in the Early Modern Era ..............................  253
PATRICK VANDERMEERSCH
'Esta pena tan sabrosa': Teresa of Avila and the Figurative
Arts in  Early  M odern  Europe  ..............................................  267
MARIA BERBARA
Godly Beds of Pain: Pain in English Protestant Manuals
(ca. 1550-1650)  .................... ........................  299
JENNY MAYHEW
Experiencing Pain in John Donne's Devotions upon Emergent
Occasions (1624)  ...................... .....................  323
MARY ANN LUND
Reading Bleeding Trees: The Poetics of other People's Pain
in "The Legend of Holiness" .....................................  347
JOSEPH CAMPANA
Bodies in Pain and the Transcendental Organization of
History in Joost van den Vondel ...................................  377
FRANS WILLEM KORSTEN
Schmerz hat nichts Gutes: Spinozas Begriff von Tristitia
und  D olor  ........................................ ..... ................  403
ANNE TILKORN
Imagining Physical Pain in a Sixteenth-Century Hungarian
Poisoning  Trial  ...................... ..... ... ................   423
EMESE BALINT
Severing what was Joined Together: Debates about Pain in
the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic ...........................  443
LIA VAN GEMERT



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Pain Europe History, Pain Religious aspects Christianity, Pain history Europe, Christianity history Europe, Culture Europe, History, 17th Century Europe, History, Early Modern 1451-1600 Europe, Literature history Europe