Exchanging Poetry with Theology : Ludovico Castelvetro between Humanism and Heresy. / Jossa, Stefano.

Beyond Catholicism : Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture. ed. / Fabrizio De Donno; Simon Gilson. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. p. 77-103 (Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History).

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Exchanging Poetry with Theology : Ludovico Castelvetro between Humanism and Heresy. / Jossa, Stefano.

Beyond Catholicism : Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture. ed. / Fabrizio De Donno; Simon Gilson. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. p. 77-103 (Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History).

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Jossa, S 2014, Exchanging Poetry with Theology: Ludovico Castelvetro between Humanism and Heresy. in F De Donno & S Gilson (eds), Beyond Catholicism : Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture. Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 77-103. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137342034_5

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Jossa, S. (2014). Exchanging Poetry with Theology: Ludovico Castelvetro between Humanism and Heresy. In F. De Donno, & S. Gilson (Eds.), Beyond Catholicism : Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture (pp. 77-103). (Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137342034_5

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Jossa S. Exchanging Poetry with Theology: Ludovico Castelvetro between Humanism and Heresy. In De Donno F, Gilson S, editors, Beyond Catholicism : Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture. Palgrave Macmillan. 2014. p. 77-103. (Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History). https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137342034_5

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Jossa, Stefano. / Exchanging Poetry with Theology : Ludovico Castelvetro between Humanism and Heresy. Beyond Catholicism : Heresy, Mysticism, and Apocalypse in Italian Culture. editor / Fabrizio De Donno ; Simon Gilson. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. pp. 77-103 (Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History).

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