Marriage Wars in Late Renaissance Venice (Google eBook)
Oxford University Press, Aug 31, 2001 - History - 240 pages
This book brings to life the lost voices of ordinary Venetians during the age of Catholic revival. Looking at scripts that were brought to the city's ecclesiastical courts by spouses seeking to annul their marriage vows, this book opens up the emotional world of intimacy and conflict, sexuality, and living arrangments that did not fit normative models of marriage.
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