Additional Resources for Luther by John Osborne

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Chadwick, Owen, The Reformation, Viking, 1990.

Chadwick explores major personages and events of the Protestant Reformation in Europe and the resulting Counter-Reformation.

Erikson, Erik, Young Man Luther, Norton, 1993.

Originally published in 1958, psychologist Erikson's psychobiography of Luther centers on his search for identity, his conflict with his father, his decision to become a monk, and his troubled conscience.

Hinchliffe, Arnold P., John Osborne, Twayne Publishers, 1984.

This is a thorough overview of Osborne's work and the criticism it has drawn.

Osborne, John, Almost a Gentleman: An Autobiography: Vol. II, 1955—1966, Faber and Faber, 1992.

This is the second of the two volume set that makes up Osborne's autobiography.

———, A Better Class of Person: An Autobiography, Dutton, 1981.

This is the first of the two volume set that makes up Osborne's autobiography.

Schwarzbart-Walliser, Eileen, Luther: Man between God and Devil, translated by Heiko Augustinus Oberman, Image Books, 1992.

This definitive biography of Luther, originally...

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