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Arcangela Tarabotti: una famiglia non detta e un segreto indicibile in famiglia

Medioli, F. (2013) Arcangela Tarabotti: una famiglia non detta e un segreto indicibile in famiglia. Archivio Veneto (5). pp. 105-144. ISSN 0003-9861

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Abstract/Summary

This article contains an exhaustive research done on archives sources regarding the Venetian suor Arcangela Tarabotti's family. The eldest of seven girls, she was compelled to enter the cloister in 1620. Despite she includes only two letters agmong the 256 she managed to publish in her collection, her siblings had destinies that stayed intertwined with her own. In particular, because her family had, most probably a past as a Jewish new converted family, something that explains some unusual patterns within the Tarabotti family itself.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > Early Modern Research Centre (EMRC)
ID Code:31375
Additional Information:Reference supplied: Francesca Medioli, ‘Arcangela Tarabotti: una famiglia non detta e un segreto indicibile in famiglia‘, Archivio veneto, sesta serie, n.5, 2013, CXLIV, pp.105-144

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