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Sir Thomas Browne, English Literature, 1500 To 1799, Biographies
Sir Thomas Browne 1605–82, English author and physician, b.
Browne's philosophy is now primarily of historical interest.
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 Sir Thomas Browne (1605-1682)
Sir Thomas Browne, 1605-82, was an English author and physician.
The quality of Browne's faith and his mode of expression make him an outstanding figure in English literary history.
Sir Thomas Browne's words echo what every true mystic celebrates - that we are not limited to our human frame.
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 Sir Thomas Browne
Thomas Banks's missing 'Cupid': the sculptor Thomas Banks is currently the subject of an exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum.
Sir William Davenant's use of Shakespeare in 'The Law Against Lovers' (1662).
Cecropia and the Church of Antichrist in Sir Philip Sidney's 'New Arcadia.' (Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900)
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 Sir Thomas Browne's Vulgar Errors VII.xvii: Of some others.
Sir Thomas Browne's Vulgar Errors VII.xvii: Of some others.
Sir Thomas Browne (1646; 6th ed., 1672) Pseudodoxia Epidemica VII:xvii
And this we do not only heare in discourses, Orations and Themes, but finde it also in the leaves of Petrus Crinitus, Volaterranus and other worthy Writers.
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 Sir Thomas Browne: Additional Resources.
Frontispiece Portrait of Browne (1684) - Glasgow University
SAC LitWeb Browne Page - Dr. Roger Blackwell Bailey
Created by Anniina Jokinen on November 3, 2001.
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