1923. A study of his life, ideals and place in history. In writing this book, Mr. Smith attempted three tasks with regard to Erasmus: to sum up many new facts and details on the life of Erasmus; to exhibit the genius of his rational piety; and to explain, by the example of this career, the intricate relations of the Renaissance and Reformation.
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