Dialogus inter corpus et animam, [13--].

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Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938. Dialogus inter corpus et animam, [13--].

Dialogus inter corpus et animam, [13--].

Manuscript fragment ([2] leaves), together with notes by George Lincoln Burr and a transcription by Dr. Hennen of Trier. According to Burr, the text presents "a vision of Hell, as seen by the soul of a rich man."

1 v. ; 27 cm.

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