Spanish Christian Cabala: The Works of Luis de León, Santa Teresa de Jesús, and San Juan de Al Cruz
Swietlicki explores the works of three major writers of the Spanish Renaissance, and their relationship with the Jewish mystical tradition known as Cabala within the Christian tradition in sixteenth century Spain.
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