It is an unusual book in many respects. It is a specific study based on original and in most cases unedited sources, but it can also be read as a general introduction. It crosses boundaries between different fields of learning and traditionally accepted time periods of history. Even if it is essentially a book on medieval man, it stretches far beyond the middle ages as conventionally understood. The final chapter traces the slow disappearance of the medieval mentality until the early nineteenth century.
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Hanska, J. 2002. Strategies of Sanity and Survival: Religious Responses to Natural Disasters in the Middle Ages. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21435/sfh.2
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Published on 17 Jun 2002