“The Devils Sang Matins So Properly:” Francis Xavier’s Close Encounters with Demons in Daniello Bartoli’s Asia (1653)

  • Elisa Frei and
  • Laura Madella

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  • Elisa Frei
    Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Boston College

  • Laura Madella
    Università di Parma

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