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|Title:||Paper Monuments: Remembering Scottish Catholics in Seventeenth-Century France|
|Author(s):||Jackson Williams, Kelsey|
|Citation:||Jackson Williams K (2020) Paper Monuments: Remembering Scottish Catholics in Seventeenth-Century France. Studies in Scottish Literature, 46 (1), pp. 77-99. https://scholarcommons.sc.edu/ssl/vol46/iss1/11|
|Abstract:||Examines the Latin poems by Thomas Chambers (or Chalmers), the younger, a well-connected mid-17th century Catholic priest who spent time in Rome and Scotland as well as in France, where he was almoner to Cardinal Richelieu, based on a manuscript collection of elegies Chalmers copied into George Strachan’s manuscript album amicorum, and on other elegies known from their use on monuments or tombs.|
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