Romantic Catholics
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Cornell University Press, 2014.
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9780801470585

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Carol E. Harrison., & Carol E. Harrison|AUTHOR. (2014). Romantic Catholics . Cornell University Press.

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Carol E. Harrison and Carol E. Harrison|AUTHOR. 2014. Romantic Catholics. Cornell University Press.

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Carol E. Harrison and Carol E. Harrison|AUTHOR. Romantic Catholics Cornell University Press, 2014.

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Carol E. Harrison, and Carol E. Harrison|AUTHOR. Romantic Catholics Cornell University Press, 2014.

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