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When He had separated the materials of other creatures, there consequently
resulted a form and soul ; but, having raised the walls of Man, He was driven to a
second and harder creation of a substance like Himself, an incorruptible and ...
Now, for these walls of flesh, wherein the Soul doth / seem to be immured before
the Resurrection, it is nothing but an elemental composition, and a Fabrick that
must fall to ashes. All flesh is grass, is not onely metaphorically, but litterally, ...
And therefore the souls of Penelope's Paramours, conducted by Mercury, chirped
like bats, and those which followed ... How Hercules his soul is in hell, and yet in
heaven, and Julius his soul in a Starre, yet seen by JEneas in hell, except the ...
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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
LETTER TO A FRIEND UPON OCCASION OF THE DEATH
THE GARDEN OF CYRUS OR THE QUINCUNCIALL LOZENGE