3 edition of Selected writings of Richard Rolle found in the catalog.
Selected writings of Richard Rolle
Richard Rolle of Hampole
|Statement||translated [from the Latin] and arranged by John G. Harrell.|
|Contributions||Harrell, John G.|
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With more than volumes, the Classics of Western Spirituality collection presents readers with a comprehensive library of historical texts on Christian spirituality, and a representative collection of works on Jewish, Islamic, Sufi, and Native American spirituality. This library contains multiple genres of spiritual writing, including poetry, songs, essays, theological treatises. Selected Writings (Penguin Classics) Paperback – 31 May Richard Rolle and the author of The Cloud of Unknowing. I realise Mediaeval mystics may not be to everyone's taste but St Hildegard is worth reading if only for the beauty of her writing. Read more/5(38).
Ego dormio is the first of the English prose treatises composed by Richard Rolle on the subject of the journey towards spiritual perfection. According to the chronology set out by Nicholas Watson, which divides Rolle’s writings into stages based largely on the evidence of self-borrowing throughout his texts, Ego Dormio falls into the category of “late works” in which, along with Melos. Richard Rolle's Form of Living: A Medieval Guide for an Anchoress. R ichard Rolle (), English lay hermit and mystic, wrote a number of religious and spiritual works intended for a popular audience. His works can be neatly divided between those written in Latin and those written in English. Rolle was conscious of the fact that only scholars would read his Latin works, whereas the.
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This important volume is a modern English translation of Richard Rolle's English writings. Much of the translation is based on Hope Emily Allen's Middle English edition of It is supplemented by more complete versions of the English Psalter and the Meditations on the Passion.4/4(1).
This long-awaited Modern English version of Richard Rolle's Middle English writings not only brings these works into the twentieth century but, thanks to its all-encompassing introduction and notes, pinpoints Rolle as a man and a mystic for all seasons and times.
The fourteenth-century mystic Richard Rolle is one of the founders of literary English, and his English writings possess not only a devotional but also an artistic value. The text of the material selected in this collection is designed primarily for the student of Middle English : This important volume is a modern English translation of Richard Rolle's English writings.
Much of the translation is based on Hope Emily Allen's Middle English edition of It is supplemented by more complete versions of the English Psalter and the Meditations on the Passion/5(21). Richard Rolle This is important volume is a modern English translation of Richard Rolle's English writings.
Much of the translation is based on Hope Emily Allen's Middle English edition of It is supplemented by more complete versions of the English Psalter and the Meditations on the Passion.
Richard Rolle (ca. –30 September ) was an English hermit, mystic, and religious writer. He is also known as Richard Rolle of Hampole or de Hampole, since at the end of his life he lived near a Cistercian nunnery in Hampole, Yorkshire.
In the words of Nicholas Watson, scholarly research has shown that "[d]uring the fifteenth century he was one of the most widely read of English Residence: Hampole, Yorkshire.
The fourteenth-century mystic Richard Rolle is one of the founders of Selected writings of Richard Rolle book English, and his English writings possess not only a devotional but also an artistic value.
The text of the material selected in this collection is designed primarily for the student of Middle English literature.4/5(1).
Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Richard Rolle () was an English religious writer, Bible translator, and hermit. He is known as Richard Rolle of Hampole or de Hampole, since after years of wandering he settled in his final years at Hampole, near the Cistercian nunnery.
Special schools are also designated by location as, for example, the English School (Richard Rolle, Walter Hilton, the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing, Julian of Norwich); the Rhineland School (John Ruusbroec, Henry Suso, John Tauler); and, of course, the French School, which is the focus of this edition of the Classics of Western.
Generally, this book is full of well selected spiritual writings. I encourage it to be read in a small group, but maybe that is because I like to talk. As a Friend (Quaker), Originally, I didn't want to read this book because I thought it was a bunch of dull writings by a bunch of /5.
Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since Although Richard Rolle, hermit of Hampole, was perhaps the most influential spiritual author of the later English Middle Ages, the coming of print was not kind to him.
Although a large collected Latin Opera appeared in the s, it was. Richard Rolle, in full Richard Rolle De Hampole, (born c.
Thornton, Yorkshire [now in North Yorkshire] Eng.—died Sept. 29,Hampole, Yorkshire [now in South Yorkshire]), English mystic and author of mystical and ascetic tracts. Rolle attended the University of Oxford but, dissatisfied with the subjects of study and the disputatiousness there, left without a degree.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rolle, Richard, of Hampole. Selected writings. London, S.P.C.K., (OCoLC) Document Type. Richard Rolle of Hampole English hermit and mystic. Rolle was very well known and his writings widely read during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
He was one of the first religious writers to use the vernacular. A cult developed to promote his cause after miracles were reported at his tomb, although the cause was never officially. This is the first literary study of the career of Richard Rolle (d.
), a Yorkshire hermit and mystic who was one of the most widely-read English writers of the late Middle Ages. Nicholas Watson proposes a new chronology of Rolle's writings, and offers the first literary analyses of a number of his works.
He shows how Rolle's career, as a writer of passionate religious works in Latin and. This book is a literary study of the career of Richard Rolle (d), a Yorkshire hermit and mystic who was one of the most widely read English writers of the late Middle Ages.
Nicholas Watson proposes a chronology of Rolle's writings, and offers a literary analyses of a number of his works. RICHARD ROLLE, of Hampole, hermit ; died Several of the biographies given in this work have been selected as types, illustrative of classes of persons, and modes of life, in the Church of England ; the life of St.
Richard will serve as a. Buy The Fellowship of Angels: The English Writings of Richard Rolle by Rolle, Richard, Hick, Henrietta (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(2). Nicholas of Cusa: Selected Spiritual Writings translated by H.
Lawrence Bond; Norbert and Early Norbertine Spirituality compiled by Theodore J. Antry and Carol Neel; Richard of St. Victor: The Twelve Patriarchs, The Mystical Ark, Book Three of the Trinity translated by Grover A.
Zinn; Richard Rolle: The English Writings edited by Rosamund S. Allen. Richard Rolle's Meditations on the Passion (c. John Gower, selections from the Confessio Amantis: Prologue, Books 1, 2, 7, 8, and the Epilogue (s).
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Emil.In Visions of God, Karen Armstrong presents selected writings of four mystics from fourteenth-century England: Richard Rolle of Hampole, Walter Hilton, Dame Julian of Norwich, and the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing.
Particularly for readers who come from a background other than Christianity or who find reading medieval texts.Heralded as one of the great English mystics of the Middle Ages, Richard Rolle's religious adventures have been venerated since the 14th century.
In the Fire of Love, Rolle describes his divine encounters by dividing the nature of the experience into three unique : Ebook.