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Sources & Resources: the Literary Traditions of Christian Humanism

by Ulanov, Barry

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Westminster, Newman, 1960. Hardcover. Edition not stated. 22.3 cm (8.7 inch) tall. 286 pages. Condition of book: Ex-Library (details: stamps ontitle page & front endpaper, sticker remnant on front endpaper) else Very Good (light general wear, endpaer stains from DJ cover tape)/ Small spine sticker else Dust jacket Very Good (light genral wear, price clip). Christianity, Catholicism, Humanism, History, Religion. Our books ship from Tampa Florida by the next business day.


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