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By Paul J. Korshin
Professor Korshin delineates the improvement of typology from the theological to the secular sphere via a examine of abstracted typology, or kinds that writers transferred from their known non secular contexts and positioned into a number of genres of literature, from poetry and fables to novels and histories.
Originally released in 1983.
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