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Elmen — Fame of Jeremy Taylor

Elmen, Paul. “The Fame of Jeremy Taylor.” Anglican Theological Review 44 (1962): 389–403.

17th Century

Notes (March #1)

I lapse into dualism when my body fails me. Racked by fevers and laid low by joint pain, I pray for deliverance from corruptible flesh. How natural at such times to believe in selves separable from bodies, in immortal souls chained to dying animals. 505 more words

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Elmen — Jeremy Taylor and the Fall of Man

Elmen, Paul. “Jeremy Taylor and the Fall of Man.” Modern Language Quarterly 14 (1953): 139–48.

17th Century

The Pilgrimage by George Herbert

I travell’d on, seeing the hill, where lay
My expectation.
A long it was and weary way.
The gloomy cave of Desperation
I left on th’ one, and on the other side… 802 more words

Literature

Steffan — Ethical Reason of Jeremy Taylor

Steffan, T. G. “The Ethical Reason of Jeremy Taylor.” Doctoral dissertation. University of Wisconsin.

Abstract: Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations, University of Wisconsin 3 (1938): 306-08.

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Scott — Christian Character

Scott, David A. Christian Character: Jeremy Taylor and Christian Ethics. Oxford: Latimer House, 1991.

Review: David J. Atkinson, Anvil 9.3 (1992): 276.

17th Century