Sir Thomas Browne: A Doctor's Life of Science & Faith
Schuman, 1950 - 319 pages
A study of Sir Thomas Browne, a seventeenth century physician who was deeply concerned with his own faith at a time of religious strife and of new interest in science, and the remarkable age in which he lived.
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