THE MAKING AND UNMAKING OF A SAINT: Hagiography and Memory in the Cult of Gerald of Aurillac
Traces the rise and fall of devotion to Gerald of Aurillac through a millennium, from his death in the tenth century to the attempt to reinvigorate his cult in the nineteenth century. Kuefler makes a strong case for the sophistication of hagiography as a literary genre that can be used to articulate religious doubts.
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