Leonard J. Bruce-Chwatt

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  • Annamaria Laviola, Iacopone da Todi, Leonard J. Bruce-Chwatt, Bodil Liljefors, Paolo Canettieri, Louise V. Katainen
  • 2014
During his lifetime, the Franciscan Iacopone da Todi (1230/36-1306) wrote a number of poems now known under the collective name of Laude. Influenced by different literary styles, such as Sicilian-Tuscan and differentiating itself from the Franciscan literary production of its time, Iacopone's Laude discuss both religious and secular matters. 2 This article(More)
As these two volumes amply testify, George Rousseau has become, at a remarkably early age, the doyen of scholars illuminating the elective affinities between literature and medicine (and long may he so continue!). His range of interests, expertise, and panache ripple off the pages of his volume of reprinted Smollett essays, where learned discussions about(More)