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Arising mainly after the conversion of these eastern Slavic peoples to Christianity,
this early literature was mainly religious, comprising translations from the Greek,
lives of saints, and sermons; but chronicles and epic verse were also written.
Literature? (1935). His autobiography, Three Worlds, appeared in 1936. Van
Doren, Mark (b. June 13, 1894, Hope, Ill.—d. Dec. 10, 1972, Torrington, Conn.),
poet, writer in a variety of forms, and eminent teacher. The author of more than
March 18, 1886, Berlin), historian of Jewish literature often considered the
greatest Jewish scholar of the 19th century; he began (1819) the movement
called Wissenschaft des Judentums (“Science of Judaism”), which stressed the
analysis of ...
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