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Title: O tekstach zalecających w postylli Marcina Białobrzeskiego
Authors: Sitkowa, Anna
Keywords: Marcin Białobrzeski; Postilla orthodoxa
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: M. Jarczykowa, B. Mazurkowa, M. Marcinkowska-Malara (red.), "Wypowiedzi zalecające w książce dawnej i współczesnej" (S. 131-142). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Abstract: This study aims at recreating the process of enriching the work by Marcin Białobrzeski entitled Postilla orthodoxa… with recommendatory texts. A collection of sermons, Part One of which was published after August 11th and Part Two after July 6th, 1581, was prefaced, in its primary version, by occasional recommendatory pieces of writing by author himself (Do łaskawego Czytelnika [To a Benevolent Reader]; Dziękczynienie autora za skończoną „Postyllę”… [A Thanksgiving by the Author for the Completion of the “Postil”…]) as well as Latin epigrams by Andrzej Trzecieski. The homiletic volume by the Cistercian abbot of Mogiła won the favour of the King Stefan Batory, his wife Anna Jagiellon, and the then Primate and bishops, who expressed their opinions in writing. The King’s letter and bishops recommendations written between September 13th and November 17th, 1582, were passed to printing press – which means: included into the literary framework of Postilla orthodoxa… – and so they began to perform the advertising functions. Also then, new title leafs were set, which today results in a few variants of preserved copies being available.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/4512
ISBN: 9788380125155
9788380125162
Appears in Collections:Książki/rozdziały (W.Fil.)

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