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James Hervey

James Hervey (26 février 171425 décembre 1758) fut un écrivain anglais né à Hardingstone près de Northampton. Il fut prêtre sous l'influencé du Reverend Wesley et les méthodistes d'Oxford.

Ouvrages: Meditations et Contemplations, Theron et Aspasio. Une édition de ses Oeuvres Complètes apparut en 1797.

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