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eBook Texts and Traditions of Medieval Pastoral Care: Essays in Honour of Bella Millett (York Medieval Press Publications) ePub
Author: Cate Gunn,Catherine Innes-Parker
Language: English
ISBN: 1903153298
ISBN13: 978-1903153291
Publisher: York Medieval Press (November 19, 2009)
Pages: 242
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Literature
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Catherine Innes-Parker.

Catherine Innes-Parker. Published by: Boydell & Brewer, York Medieval Press. Ranging historically from the difficulties of localizing Anglo-Saxon pastoral texts to the reading of women in late-medieval England, the individual essays survey its development and its transformation into the literature of vernacular spirituality. They offer both close examinations of particular manuscripts, and of individual texts, including an anonymous Speculum iuniroum, the Speculum religiosorum of Edmund of Abingdon and later vernacular compositions and translations, such as Handlyng Synne and Bonaventure's Lignum Vitae.

Publisher: York Medieval Press (November 19, 2009).

Woodbridge, UK: York Medieval Press, 2009 . xx + 217 pp. ISBN: 9781903153291. Jones opens with a study of solitaries as both the objects and providers of pastoral care. Catherine Innes-Parker also demonstrates how a contemplative text, in this case St. Bonaventure’s Lignum vitae, could serve a more catechetical role in translation: her study also draws attention to an under-studied aspect of medieval catechesis, namely the liturgy (173).

York: York Medieval Press, 2009. Texts and Traditions contains thirteen essays concerning the literature of England and Wales produced in English, Anglo-Norman or Latin

York: York Medieval Press, 2009. Pp. 216. Texts and Traditions contains thirteen essays concerning the literature of England and Wales produced in English, Anglo-Norman or Latin. Millet’s expertise as a manuscript and textual scholar, her work on female reading prac-tice, and her insights into medieval female spirituality are reflected here.

Start by marking Texts And Traditions Of Medieval Pastoral Care . Hardcover, 242 pages. Published November 1st 2009 by York Medieval Press.

Start by marking Texts And Traditions Of Medieval Pastoral Care: Essays In Honour Of Bella Millett as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Contributors: Alexandra Barratt, Mishtooni Bose, Joseph Goering, Brian Golding, C. Annette Grise, Cate Gunn, Ralph Hanna, Bob Hasenfratz, Catherine Innes-Parker, E. A. Jones, Derek Pearsall, Elaine Treharne, Nicholas Watson, Jocelyn Wogan-Browne.

Essays in Honour of Bella Millett. New essays on the burgeoning of pastoral and devotional literature in medieval England. Hardback 9781903153291. Preface: Bella Millett Bibliography of Bella Millett's Writings Introduction - Derek Pearsall 'Vae Soli': Solitaries and Pastoral Care - .

Results from Google Books. Ranging historically from the difficulties of localizing Anglo-Saxon pastoral texts to a study of what women read in late-medieval England, the individual essays survey the development of the genre and its transformation into the literature of vernacular spirituality.

Texts and traditions of medieval pastoral care: essays in honour of Bella Millet. Linda Olson and Katherine Kerby-Fulton (South Bend, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005), 345-76. Bycause the redyng shold not turne hem to enoye": reading, selectivity, and pietatis affectum in late medieval England.

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York medieval press: publications. Texts and Traditions of Medieval Pastoral Care: Essays in Honour of Bella Millett, ed. Cate Gunn and Catherine Innes-Parker (2009). God’s Words, Women’s Voices: The Discernment of Spirits in the Writing of Late-Medieval Women Visionaries, Rosalyn Voaden (1999).

Pastoral and devotional literature flourished throughout the middle ages, and its growth and transmutations form the focus of this collection. Ranging historically from the difficulties of localizing Anglo-Saxon pastoral texts to the reading of women in late-medieval England, the individual essays survey its development and its transformation into the literature of vernacular spirituality. They offer both close examinations of particular manuscripts, and of individual texts, including an anonymous Speculum iuniroum, the Speculum religiosorum of Edmund of Abingdon and later vernacular compositions and translations, such as Handlyng Synne and Bonaventure's Lignum Vitae. The reading and devotional use of texts by women and solitaries is also considered. They therefore form an appropriate tribute to the work of Bella Millett, whose research has done so much to advance our knowledge of the field. Contributors: Alexandra Barratt, Mishtooni Bose, Joseph Goering, Brian Golding, C. Annette Grise, Cate Gunn, Ralph Hanna, Bob Hasenfratz, Catherine Innes-Parker, E. A. Jones, Derek Pearsall, Elaine Treharne, Nicholas Watson, Jocelyn Wogan-Browne
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