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History of the Christian Church, Vol. Vi. The Middle Ages

By: David S. Schaff, D. D.

...INE OF THE PAPACY AND THE AVIGNON EXILE. A.D. 1294—1377. § 2. Sources and Literature. § 3. Pope Boniface VIII. 1294—1303. § 4. Boniface VIII. and Phi... ...HE PAPAL SCHISM AND THE REFORMATORY COUNCILS. 1378—1449. § 12. Sources and Literature. § 13. The Schism Begun. 1378. § 14. Further Progress of the Sch... ...rara-Florence. 1438—1445. CHAPTER III. LEADERS OF CATHOLIC THOUGHT. § 19. Literature. § 20. Ockam and the Decay of Scholasticism. § 21. Catherine of ... .... Popular Preachers. CHAPTER IV. THE GERMAN MYSTICS. 3 § 27. Sources and Literature. § 28. The New Mysticism. § 29. Meister Eckart. § 30. John Taule... ...h Mystics. CHAPTER V. REFORMERS BEFORE THE REFORMATION. § 38. Sources and Literature. § 39. The Church in England in the Fourteenth Century. § 40. Jo... ... Hussites. CHAPTER VI. THE LAST POPES OF THE MIDDLE AGES. 1447—1521 § 48. Literature and General Survey. § 49. Nicolas V. 1447—1455. § 50. Aeneas Syl... ...3—1513. § 56. Leo X. 1513—1521. CHAPTER VII. HERESY AND WITCHCRAFT. § 57. Literature. § 58. Heretical and Unchurchly Movements. § 59. Witchcraft and ... ...ment. § 60. The Spanish Inquisition. CHAPTER VIII. THE RENAISSANCE. § 61. Literature of the Renaissance. § 62. The Intellectual Awakening. § 63. Dant... ... 71. Humanism in England. CHAPTER IX. THE PULPIT AND POPULAR PIETY. § 72. Literature. § 73. The Clergy. § 74. Preaching. 5 § 75. Doctrinal Reformers...

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Paradoxist Distiches

By: Florentin Smarandache

...abola, hyperbola, ellipse at the borders between art, philosophy, rebus, and mathematics – which exist in complementariness. The School of Paradoxist Literature, which evolved around 1980s, continues through these bi-verses closed in a new lyric exact formula, but with an opening to essence. For this kind of procedural poems one can elaborate mathematical algorithms and im...

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The Gift of Fire

By: Richard Mitchell

... OF FIRE by RICHARD MITCHELL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE GIFT OF... ...E GIFT OF FIRE Author: RICHARD MITCHELL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Library Association Copyright © 20... ...WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ot... ...d not by barriers but by signposts pointing outward and beyond. Any truthful literature will admit: No, this is not life itself, it is only a serious ... ...s of treachery occur when I come to believe, or pretend that I believe, that literature is all a lie. Those so−called Great Books come to seem the hig... ...to provide some new evidence to contradict the deepest theme not only of all literature but of all concerted and deliberate thoughtfulness, which is t... ...nts can come later. The Gift of Fire Sad Stories of the Death of Kings 48 Literature is always about Justice, about truth and falsehood, about harm... ... in sunny skies, for Justice comes of choosing, and there must be a chooser. Literature is about persons choosing, or failing to choose, or not knowin... ... land has its Politics. That is why some wandering around in the kingdoms of literature is essential to a true education. It has nothing to do with ``...

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Pages from an Old Volume of Life

By: Oliver Wendell Holmes

...ss kept out of sight by the spirit of commerce, the love of art, science, or literature, or other qualities not belonging to all of us as men and wome... ...inferior they may be to their Northern fellow-countrymen in most branches of literature and science, the social elegances and personal graces lend the... ...e fills three columns and a half in Mr. Duyckinck's "Cyclopaedia of American Literature." He was a humorist hardly robust enough for more than a brief... ...turer years. One of these two boys was destined to be widely known, first in literature, as author of one of the most popular books of its time and wh...

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