The Literature of the Italian Reformation

@article{Church1931TheLO,
  title={The Literature of the Italian Reformation},
  author={Frederic C. Church},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1931},
  volume={3},
  pages={457 - 473}
}
T HE tradition crystallized long ago that the religious reformation of the sixteenth century was soon suppressed in Spain and Italy, and that its history therefore was at an end in those countries by the time the confessional wars began in France and elsewhere north of the Alps. As a matter of fact, its real importance began when it ceased to operate in the two peninsulas and became a motive force in the evolution of the religious thought of other lands. The stream of Spanish mysticism flowing… 
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