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OTHER BOOKS RECEIVED [Books that were sent to scholars to be reviewed but of which no review has been received are indicated by an asterisk.] Adams, Ann Jensen (Ed.). Rembrandt's "Bathsheba Reading King David's Letter !' [Masterpieces ofWestern Painting.] (NewYork: Cambridge University Press. 1998. Pp. xiv, 215. $54.95 hardback; $15.95 paperback.) *Andretta, Stefano. La venerabile superbia: Ortodossia e trasgressione nella vita di suor Francesca Farnese (1593-1651). (Turin: Rosenberg & Sellier. 1994.Pp. 255. Lire 37.000 paperback.) "Arias, David. Spanish Cross in Georgia. (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America. 1994. Pp. xxii, 220. $39.00.) Behlmer, George K. Friends of the Family: The English Home and Its Guardians, 1850-1940. (Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1998. Pp. xiii, 455. $55.00.) BeIz, Herman. A Living Constitution or Fundamental Law?American Constitutionalism in Historical Perspective. (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 1998. Pp. viii, 276. $68.00 cloth; $24.95 paperback.) Blankenhorn, David. FatherlessAmerica: Confronting Our Most Urgent Social Problem. (NewYork: Basic Books. A Division of HarperCollins Publishers. 1995.Pp. viü, 328. $2300.) Bristow, Edward (Ed.). No Religion Is an Island: The Nostra Aetate Dialogues. (NewYork: Fordham University Press. 1998. Pp. xi, 184. $35.00 hardcover; $18.00 paperback.) Burgess, Stanley M. The Holy Spirit:Medieval Roman Catholic and Reformation Traditions (Sixth-Sixteenth Centuries). (PeabodyMass.: Hendrickson Publishers. 1997. Pp. xi, 252. Paperback.) Calvez, Jean-Yves. Le père Arrupe: L'Église après le Concile. [L'histoire à vif.] (Paris: Les Éditions du Cerf. 1997. Pp. 224. 125 F. paperback.) Reflections of aJesuit who was assistant general of the Society ofJesus for fourteen years and a devoted lieutenant to the general. Clarke, Peter B. (Ed.). New Trends and Developments in African Religions. [Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies, Number 186.] (Westport , Conn.: Greenwood Press. 1998. Pp. xiii, 304. $59.95.) 168 OTHER BOOKS RECEIVED169 Clogan, Paul Maurice (Ed.). Medievalia et Humanística: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture. [New Series, Number 25: Transitions] (Lanham , Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 1998. Pp. xiii, 177. $68.00.) Among the six articles published in this volume is "A Life Reconstituted: Jacobus de Vorágine, Erasmus of Rotterdam, and Their Lives of St. Jerome," by DavidJ. Collins, SJ. (pp. 31-51). Critchlow, Donald T, and Charles H. Parker (Eds.). With UsAlwaysA History of Private Charity and Public Welfare. (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 1998. Pp. vi, 270. $56.00 cloth; $22.95 paperback.) Contents : Charity and Poor Relief in Early Modern Europe: Charles H. Parker, "Poor Relief and Community in the Early Dutch Republic" (pp. 1333 ); Kathryn Norberg, "Religious Charity and Cultural Norms in CounterReformation France" (pp. 35-54); Thomas M. Adams, "The Provision of Work as Assistance and Correction in France, 1534-1848" (pp. 55-76); Brian Pulían, "Good Government and Christian Charity in Early Modern Italy" (pp. 77-98); Anthony Brundage, "Private Charity and the 1834 Poor Law" (pp. 99-1 19); United States Relief and Welfare in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: E. Wayne Carp, "Orphanages vs. Adoption: The Triumph of Biological Kinship, 1800-1933" (pp. 123-144); Elizabeth McKeown ,"Claiming the Poor" (pp. 145-159); Ellis W. Hawley, "Herbert Hoover, Associationalism,and the Great Depression Relief Crisis of 1930-1933"(pp. 161-190); Alice O'Connor,"Neither Charity nor Relief: The War on Poverty and the Effort to Redefine the Basis of Social Provision" (pp. 191-210);Donald T. Critchlow, "Implementing Family Planning Policy: Philanthropic Foundations and the Modern State" (pp. 21 1-240);James T. Patterson," 'Reforming ' Relief and Welfare: Thoughts on 1834 and 1996" (pp. 241-259). Cummins, J. S. (Ed.). Christianity and Missions, 1450-1800. [An Expanding World: The European Impact on World History, 1450-1800, Volume 28.] (Brookfield, Vt.:Ashgate, Variorum. 1997. Pp. xxxviii, 381. $118.95.) This volume seeks to present the older, classical and the new revisionist viewpoints , which latter have been stimulated by developments in social anthropology , by modern feminism, and, above all, by the impact of the SecondVatican Council. It contains the following twelve articles, all previously published: 1. Charles-Martial de Witte,"Aux origines de la 'Congrégation ' indienne de l'Ordre des Frères prêcheurs (1546-1580)" (pp. 1-36); 2. John Patrick Donnelly,"Antonio Possevino...


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