The Edict of Religion, a Comedy, and The Story of My Diary and Imprisonment. By Carl Friedrich Bahrdt. Translated, edited, and with an introduction by John Christian Laursen and Johan van der Zande [Book Review]

The European Legacy 8 (1):125-126 (2003)

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