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The Ciceronian program in pulpit and in literary criticism.

Marshall McLuhan

The Ciceronian program in pulpit and in literary criticism.

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Published by Victoria University Centre for Renaissance and reformation Colloquim in Toronto .
Written in English


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From: Renaissance and Reformation, v. VII, no. 1, 1970.

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