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Henry Osborn Taylor • 29 Items / 1 Set, 16 Books, 7 Articles, 5 Reviews
The Mediaeval Mind (1911)
A History of the Development of Thought and Emotion in the Middle Ages
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Published Reviews
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    Books of Medieval and Modern European History (Review)
    The Mediaeval Mind, by Henry Osborn Taylor
    1. The Mediaeval Mind by Henry Osborn Taylor
    The American Historical Review, October 1911, pp. 117-118
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    Two Poems (Review)
    The Mediaeval Mind, by Henry Osborn Taylor
    1. The Mediaeval Mind by Henry Osborn Taylor
    Commonweal, December 30, 1949, p. 348
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    Spanish Illiteracy and the Church (Review)
    The Mediaeval Mind, by Henry Osborn Taylor
    1. The Mediaeval Mind by Henry Osborn Taylor
    The Literary Digest, May 20, 1911, p. 1017
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    Notes (Review)
    The Mediaeval Mind, by Henry Osborn Taylor
    1. The Mediaeval Mind by Henry Osborn Taylor
    The Nation, July 16, 1914, p. 78
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    Reviews (Review)
    The Mediaeval Mind, by Henry Osborn Taylor
    1. The Mediaeval Mind by Henry Osborn Taylor
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1912, pp. 147-151
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    The New Books (11 Reviews)
    Her Roman Lover, by Eugenia Brooks
    1. Her Roman Lover by Eugenia Brooks
    2. Dividing Waters by I.A.R. Wylie
    3. The Awakening by Maud Diver
    4. The Autobiography of an Elderly Woman by Mary Heaton Vorse
    5. Victor Ollnee's Discipline by Hamlin Garland
    6. Track's End by Hayden Carruth and Judson Pitcher
    7. A Weaver of Dreams by Myrtle Reed
    8. The Mediaeval Mind by Henry Osborn Taylor
    9. My Own Story by Luisa of Tuscany, Ex-Crown Princess of Saxony
    10. Why We May Believe in Life After Death by Charles Edward Jefferson
    11. In the Rhone Country by Rose G. Kingsley
    The Outlook, October 21, 1911, pp. 430-432