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Constantijn Huygens as a Man of Letters
Lise Gosseye, ed.; Frans Blom, ed.; Ad Leerintveld, ed.

Academia Press



Contents

• Introduction: Constantijn Huygens as a Man of Letters — Lise Gosseye, Frans Blom, & Ad Leerintveld
• PART 1 PUBLIC SELF-FASHIONING:
SOCIAL AND ARTISTIC STRATEGIES
• Building in Stones and Words: Strategies of Self Presentation in Huygens’ Volumes of Collected Poetry —
Frans R.E. Blom
• Constantijn Huygens’ Art Collection: The Importance of Portraiture —
Inge Broekman
• PART 2 INNER SELF-FASHIONING AND SELF-KNOWLEDGE:
READING AND RELIGION
• Consolation Row: Ooghentroost and the Comfort of Satire —
Jürgen Pieters
• The Dialogue of Two Memories: On the Importance of Reading to the Formation of the Self in Constantijn Huygens’ Ooghentroost —
Lise Gosseye
• ‘This is my Body’: Huygens’ Poetic Response to the Words of Institution —
Christopher Joby
• PART 3 PRIVATE SELF-FASHIONING:
MOMENTS IN LIFE
• ‘Dear Song’: Scholarly Whitewashing of the Correspondence Between Constantijn Huygens and Dorothea Van Dorp —
Lisa Jardine
• Huygens, Descartes and Golius —
Theo Verbeek
• Cursing in Private, Publically Polite: Huygens’ Reaction to the Antidotum of Calckman (1641) —
Ad Leerintveld
• ON THE AUTHORS

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