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Lisanna Calvi
Assistant Professor
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Early Modern Autobiography and Madness Lisanna Calvi
The relationship between autobiography and madness in early modern Protestant culture, with regard to the notions of religious melancholy and 'affliction of conscience' in seventeenth-century English autobiographical writings, conversion narratives and diaries, also in the light of the dawning tradition of spiritual autobiography.


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