APA 6th Edition DÜRRIGL, M. (2017). Pouka o ovozemaljskom čistilištu iz Fatevićeva zbornika. Slovo, (67), 23-43. https://doi.org/10.31745/s.67.2
MLA 8th Edition DÜRRIGL, Marija-Ana. "Pouka o ovozemaljskom čistilištu iz Fatevićeva zbornika." Slovo, vol. , br. 67, 2017, str. 23-43. https://doi.org/10.31745/s.67.2. Citirano 19.01.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition DÜRRIGL, Marija-Ana. "Pouka o ovozemaljskom čistilištu iz Fatevićeva zbornika." Slovo , br. 67 (2017): 23-43. https://doi.org/10.31745/s.67.2
Harvard DÜRRIGL, M. (2017). 'Pouka o ovozemaljskom čistilištu iz Fatevićeva zbornika', Slovo, (67), str. 23-43. https://doi.org/10.31745/s.67.2
Vancouver DÜRRIGL M. Pouka o ovozemaljskom čistilištu iz Fatevićeva zbornika. Slovo [Internet]. 2017 [pristupljeno 19.01.2020.];(67):23-43. https://doi.org/10.31745/s.67.2
IEEE M. DÜRRIGL, "Pouka o ovozemaljskom čistilištu iz Fatevićeva zbornika", Slovo, vol., br. 67, str. 23-43, 2017. [Online]. https://doi.org/10.31745/s.67.2
Sažetak The Fatević Miscellany from 1617 contains the moral didactic composition Zarcalo duhovno. That is the translation of the work Speculum spiritale, one section of which is dedicated to St. Patrick’s Purgatory. The existence of an earthly purgatory came about as a consequence of contemplations about purgatory as an »intermediate« place in eternity. The specific views of Hildegard of Bingen about the interconnection of the transcendental and the material world have to be pointed out in this context. The most popular topographic point in which the eternal joined with the temporal was thought to be St. Patrick’s Purgatory in the north of Ireland. It was described in numerous sources as the destination of penitent pilgrimage, as well as a place in which souls are tormented or (far less often) experience beatitude. That location is the theme of two Croatian Glagolitic texts: a narrative, literary text (eschatological vision) in the Oxford Miscellany, and the theological, didactic segment in the younger Fatević Miscellany. This shift
may indicate that literary taste changed over time, and that in the early 17th century such subjects were less appealing to a literary audience, whereas it was still engaging for the recipients of theological works. In the Fatević Miscellany the moral on earthly purgatory is part of considerations on the art of living and dying well. The dramatic and poetic vision from the Oxford Miscellany has already been studied, while the moral-didactic text, which is published in this paper in Latin transliteration, is less well known. Since the main purpose of Zarcalo duhovno
is edification, its aesthetic qualities are minimal. The studied text about St. Patrick’s Purgatory reflects the connection between theological doctrine and lay piety.