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THE GEOMETRY OF LOVE: Space, Time, Mystery, and the Meaning in an Ordinary Church

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Idiosyncratic exploration of the history—political and archaeological—as well as the theology, iconography, and folkways to be revealed by close scrutiny of a single church in Rome.An "anthropologist of everyday life," Canadian writer Visser (The Way We Are, 1996, etc.) turns her gaze upon the church of St. Agnes, built on the Piazza Navona above the grave of a 12-year-old girl who was martyred ... Read full review

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