blackbird online journal spring 2002 vol.1 no. 1



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Elizabeth King's "Clockwork Prayer: A Sixteenth-Century Mechanical Monk" is divided into online sections. At the bottom of each section, a "next section" link allows you to turn the virtual page and continue through the text; a submenu also allows access to any section of the document should you want to browse.

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Clockwork Prayer Table of Contents

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