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By O'Reilly, Terence
This volume contains 15 studies on movements of religious reform and the literary conventions of the period from 1491 to 1591. It concentrates on the life and writing of Ignatius Loyola and the writings of John of the Cross.
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By Boyd, Stephen; Edited by O'Reilly, Terence
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Edited by O'Reilly, Terence; Thompson, Colin; Twomey, Lesley
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