3 edition of Miscellanies, æsthetic and Literary: to Which Is Added The Theory of Life found in the catalog.
November 30, 2005
by Adamant Media Corporation
Written in English
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In reading this book we find that his life is naturally separated into two periods. His youth was a time of struggle with doubts and temptations; his later years were characterized by inward peace and tireless labor.
His peace meant that he was saved, his labor that he must save others. Robert Burton (–), who wrote the Anatomy of Melancholy, which Dr.
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