The Popes and European Revolution

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Bibliography

This makes no attempt at a complete bibliography. Excellent annotated bibliographies exist in the Handbuch (ed. Jedin and others, see below) and the Italian edition of Fliche and Martin. This bibliography lists the works or articles which I cited or found helpful in writing this book. The works of general reference (pp. 614-15) will give further guidance. The place of publication is London unless otherwise stated.


General

The standard working tool is the bibliography in each number of R.H.E. H. Hurter, Nomenclator, vol. 4 (1910), is still an admirably useful guide to all Catholic writers of the eighteenth century, even the obscure. Bibliografia dell' età del Risorgimento in onore di Alberto M. Ghisalberti, 4 vols. (Florence, 1971-7) has a full bibliography on Church and State in eighteenth-century Italy. See also the encyclopedias, under Abbreviations, p. xx; and the Enciclopedia Cattolica, the New Catholic Encyclopaedia, and Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart.


General Works

The background to the history of the Church is found in certain general histories of particular countries: A. R. M. Carr, Spain 1808-1939 (Oxford, 1966); the Spanish edition (Barcelona, 1969) is revised. F. Valsecchi, L'Italia nel Settecento (1714-1788) (Milan, 1971). N. Valeri, Storia d'Italia, 2nd edn. vols. 2-3 (Turin, 1965). S. Woolf, A History of Italy 1700-1860 (1979). E. Rota, Le origine del Risorgimento (1710-1800), corr. edn., 2 vols. (Milan, 1948). B. Croce, Uomini e cose della vecchia Italia, 2 vols. (Bari, 1927).

For Germany: M. Spindler (ed.), Handbuch der bayerischen Geschichte, 6 vols. (Munich, 1967-75); cf. K. O. von Aretin, Bayerns Weg sum souveränen Staat (1714-1818) (Munich, 1976). K. O. von Aretin, Heiliges Römisches Reich 1776-1806, 2 vols (Wiesbaden, 1967). K. T. Heigel, Deutsche Geschichte vom Tode Friedrichs des Grossen bis zur Auflösung des alten Reiches (Stuttgart, 1899).

For Salzburg: H. Widmann, Deutsche Landesgeschichte: Salzburg, 3 vols. (Gotha, 1907-14).

For Switzerland: J. Dierauer, Geschichte der Schweizer Eidgenossenschaft, 5 vols. (Gotha, 1919-22).

For Portugal: H. V. Livermore, A New History of Portugal, 2nd edn. (Cambridge, 1976).

For Poland: The Cambridge History of Poland, 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1941-50).


General Histories of the Church

H. Jedin and others (edd.), Handbuch der Kirchengeschichte (vol. 5, 1648-1789; vol.

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Table of contents

  • The Popes and European Revolution iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations x
  • Part I the Church of the Old Regime 1
  • 1: The Religion of the People 3
  • 2: The Clergy 96
  • 3: Monks and Nuns 210
  • 4: The Office of the Pope 253
  • Part II Reform and Revolution 343
  • 5: The Fall of the Jesuits 345
  • 6: The Catholic Reformers 391
  • 7: Revolution 445
  • 8: Restoration 535
  • 9: Conclusion 609
  • Bibliography 614
  • Index 633
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