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Thomas Max Safley. Let No Man Put Asunder: The Control of Marriage in the German Southwest: A Comparative Study, 1550-1600. (Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, 2.) Kirksville, Mo.: The Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, Inc., Northeast Missouri State University, 1984. 6 tables + 22 figs. + viii + 209 pp. $25.

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1 Davis, Natalie Z., The Return of Martin Guerre (Cambridge and London, 1983); Ozment, Steven, When Fathers Ruled: Family Life in Reformation Europe (Cambridge and London, 1983).

2 Biéler, André, L'homme et la femme dans la morale calviniste. La doctrine reformée sur l'amour, le mariage, le célibat, I'adultére et la prostitution, considerée dans son cadre historique (Geneva, 1963); Davis, Natalie Z., “City Women and Religious Change,” in Society and Culture in Early Modern France (Stanford, 1975); Douglass, Jane Dempsey, “Women and the Continental Reformation,” in Religion and Sexism, ed. R. R. Ruether (New York, 1974); Irwin, Joyce, “Society and the Sexes,” in Reformation Europe: A Guide to Research, ed. Steven Ozment (St. Louis, 1982); R. Stauffenegger, “Le mariage à Genève vers 1600,” in Mémoires de la société pour l'histoire du droit, 27 (1966).

3 Davis, Society and Culture; Burke, Peter, Popular Culture in Early Modern France (New York, 1978); Ginzburg, Carlo, The Cheese and the Worms: The Cosmos of a Sixteenth-Century Miller (Baltimore, 1980).

4 Wyntjes, Sherrin Marshall, “Women in the Reformation Era,” in Becoming Visible: Women in European History, ed. R. Bridenthal and C. Koonz (New York, 1977), p. 177 . On immigration of young men during this period, see Davis, “Citv Women,” p. 69.

5 Davis, “City Women,” p. 90.

6 Wyntjes, “Women in the Reformation Era,” p. 181.

7 Davis, ‘City Women,’ pp. 69-72.

Thomas Max Safley. Let No Man Put Asunder: The Control of Marriage in the German Southwest: A Comparative Study, 1550-1600. (Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, 2.) Kirksville, Mo.: The Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, Inc., Northeast Missouri State University, 1984. 6 tables + 22 figs. + viii + 209 pp. $25.

  • Jane O. Newman (a1)

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