Expelling the Beast: Bruno's Adventures in England

@article{Weiner1980ExpellingTB,
  title={Expelling the Beast: Bruno's Adventures in England},
  author={Andrew D. Weiner},
  journal={Modern Philology},
  year={1980},
  volume={78},
  pages={1 - 13}
}
In the strange history of Bruno's wanderings about Europe in the interval between his flight from his monastery and his return to Venice, few episodes are as puzzling as his sojourn in England. Splendidly productive-it yields us one volume of Latin works and the six Italian dialogues-it is nonetheless a period in which all of Bruno's productions are punctuated with his cries that almost no one understands him and that almost everyone is intent upon persecuting him. It is a period, moreover… Expand
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