Cicero in Heaven: The Roman Rhetor and Luther’s Reformation
In Cicero in Heaven, Carl Springer examines the influence of Cicero on Luther and other reformers and discusses the importance of the Reformation for Cicero’s continued use, especially in schools, in the following centuries.
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