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originality ; they also make it easy to understand the mood in which, a year or two
after his return to England, Browne composed, as a sort of private confession, for
his own behoof, the Religio Medici. According to the most authentic tradition it ...
RELIGIO MEDICI THE FIRST PART For my Religion, though there be several
Circum-V . stances th^t /n|ght perswade the World I have none at all, (as^
fnergeneral scandal of my Profession, the natural course of my Studies, the
indifferency of ...
The Address to the Reader was first published in 1643 ; according to this the "
Religio Medici " was written about 1636. Shadowed, shadowed forth. Sharp, a
pointed weapon. To play at sharp, to fight in earnest. Sic . . . viLW, Thus would I
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - le.vert.galant - LibraryThing
A beautifully edifying meditation written by a great prose stylist whose life and thought, like his near contemporary Giordino Bruno, embody the transition from the Renaissance to modernity. It is splendid to spend an evening or two with such a sensible and probing mind. 閱讀評論全文
LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - keylawk - LibraryThing
Written without the intention to publish. Browne was born in London in 1605, and trained for Medicine. After traveling the Continent, he settled and practiced in Norwich, raised 10 children, and died ... 閱讀評論全文
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