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-[[Jerome]]'s ''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]'' (Letter Against Jovinian)+'''''Against Jovinianus''''' (''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]'') is a two-volume [[treatise]] by the [[Church Father]] [[Saint Jerome]].
The ''[[Pardoner's Tale]]'', the ''[[Wife of Bath's Prologue]]'', and the ''[[Franklin's Tale]]'' all draw frequent reference to [[St. Jerome|St. Jerome's]] ''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]''. The ''[[Pardoner's Tale]]'', the ''[[Wife of Bath's Prologue]]'', and the ''[[Franklin's Tale]]'' all draw frequent reference to [[St. Jerome|St. Jerome's]] ''[[Epistola adversus Jovinianum]]''.

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Against Jovinianus (Epistola adversus Jovinianum) is a two-volume treatise by the Church Father Saint Jerome.

The Pardoner's Tale, the Wife of Bath's Prologue, and the Franklin's Tale all draw frequent reference to St. Jerome's Epistola adversus Jovinianum.





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