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Reviewed Works: Nature and the Vocabulary of Nature in the Works of Saint Cyprian. vol. LXXV by M. T. Ball; Consolation in Saint Augustine. vol. LXXXIII by M. M. Beyenka; Saint Augustine's De fide rerum quae non videntur: A critical text and translation with introduction and commentary. vol. LXXXIV, (Ciascuna delle opere è « a dissertation in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy ») by M. Fr. McDonald
Review by: Giovanni Cremaschi
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Anno 25, Fasc. 2 (MARZO-APRILE 1951), pp. 179-183
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