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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book titled ?A man very well studyed?: New Contexts for Thomas Browne. The book explores new ways of reading individual works by Browne, placing him in relation to the political and intellectual contexts of his time. Brent Nelson suggests a generic parallel for Urne-Buriall in works of occasional meditation, and reads that work?s emphasis on ignorance and oblivion as a devotionally inflected trope. It examines the contexts of Browne?s works in the hands of readers. Mary-Ann Lund examines the relationship between the two parts of the title of Religio Medici: how does Browne?s writing explore the role of the spiritual physician, and the pious doctor?.

Keywords: Mary-Ann Lund; Religio Medici; Thomas Browne; Urne-Buriall



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