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Warburg Institute, University of London (1991)

Abstract
Investigates the relationship between philosophy and fiction in the 16th century, especially in French vernacular writing. The texts under consideration treat one or more branches of learning, including metaphysics and alchemy but also contain an element of fiction.
Keywords Philosophy in literature  French fiction History and criticism  Renaissance
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Call number PQ637.P4.P55 1991
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