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Franciscan
used in Of Human Bondage

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relating to Saint Francis of Assisi or to the order founded by him
  • There were portraits of men with large, melancholy eyes which seemed to say you knew not what; there were long monks in the Franciscan habit or in the Dominican, with distraught faces, making gestures whose sense escaped you; there was an Assumption of the Virgin; there was a Crucifixion in which the painter by some magic of feeling had been able to suggest that the flesh of Christ's dead body was not human flesh only but divine; and there was an Ascension in which the Saviour seemed...
    87-88 — Chapters 87-88 (70% in)

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