5 edition of The life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated from the Occitan with introduction, notes, and interpretive essay [by] Kathleen Garay, Madeleine Jeay.|
|Series||Library of medieval women|
|Contributions||Porcellet, Philippine de, d. ca. 1316., Garay, Kathleen E., 1945-, Jeay, Madeleine.|
|LC Classifications||BX4700.D75 V513 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||2001037458|
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McEvoy's book will remind us that Grosseteste's was an eloquent and respected voice for a broad mainstream of scholasticism in its early thirteenth-century in stantiation. Tufts University Steven P. Marrone The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence. Translated from the Occi. The identification was first made by Albanés,, in La vie de sainte Douceline, xxv –xxxix. Wolfkiel, “The Life of the Blessed Saint Doucelina,” 5–13, expressed some skepticism without advancing arguments to the contrary. But Garay and Jeay agree that Felipa's identification as the author is “entirely convincing”: The Life of SD,
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: A Beguine of Provence book Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence: Translated from the Occitan with Introduction, Notes and Interpretive Essay (Library of Medieval Women) (): Garay, Kathleen, Jeay, Madeleine: Books4/5(1).
Douceline combined an active life of community service (as Mother of the beguine community the Ladies of Roubaud) with vigorous mysticism, and was the focus of an intense cult in Provence after her death.
The Life, probably written by Philippa de Porcellet, a member of Douceline's community in Marseilles, is complemented by a study of Douceline. Life. Douceline was born shortly after the death of Mary of Oignies, in orto a wealthy family, likely in the town of Digne in Provence, in the south of father, a wealthy merchant called Bérenguier (or Bérenger), was from Digne and her mother, Hugue, was from Barjols where the family lived when Douceline was a child.
When her mother died aroundDouceline moved to. Get this from a library. The life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence. [Philippine de Porcellet; Kathleen E Garay; Madeleine Jeay;] -- Douceline de Digne, founder of the beguine community of the Ladies of Roubaud in Provence, was an important woman mystic of her time; contextual material includes comparison with the beguines of.
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Buy a discounted Paperback of The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence: Translated from the Occitan with Introduction, Notes and Interpretive Essay Format: Paperback. Download Citation | The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence (review) | The Catholic Historical Review () Like most thirteenth-century holy women, the ascetic Douceline.
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Porcellet, Philippine de. The life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence / translated from the Occitan with introduction, notes, and interpretive essay in Nationalmuseums skriftserie (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, ). Free The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence: Translated from the Occitan with Introduction, Notes and Interpretive Essay (Library of Medieval Women) eBook includes PDF, ePub and Kindle version.
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The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence (review) The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence (review) Newman, Barbara Florence BOOK REVIEWS Church at the First Council of Lyons and thereafter, during the pontificate of Innocent IV.
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Field Hardcover Book. C $; Buy It Now +C. orthodoxy. Douceline of Digne was a dedicated follower of St Francis, and the sister of Hugh of Digne, a leading Spiritual Franciscan. Rather than entering the enclosed order of the Poor Clares, she decided to work with the poor and sick by founding and leading the first beguine communities in Provence at Hyères (Roubaud) and Marseilles.
The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence. Translated from the Occitan by Kathleen Garay and Madeleine Jeay, with introduction, notes, and interpretive essay. [Library of Medieval Women.] (Rochester, New York: D. Brewer.
Madeleine Jeay and Kathleen Garay teach in the department of French and the Arts and Sciences Programme, respectively, at McMaster University. They are the translators and editors of The Life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence (D.S. Brewer, ). of Marseilles while Aix (Aix-en-Provence) is about 20km north.
Digne (Digne-les-Bains). Douceline's hometown, is situated approximately km northeast of Marseilles. Definition of the term 'beguine' is the subject of academic debate, infrabut for the purposes of this thesis, 'beguine' will refer to those. Madeleine Jeay, The Life of St.
Douceline, a Beguine of Provence (Cambridge: D. Brewer, ) (hereafter The Life ofSD). For Marguerite of Oingt, see Antonin Duraffour, Pierre Gardette, and Paulette Durdilly, Les Marguerite oeuvres d'Oingt de (Paris: Societe d'Edition Les Belles Lettres, ) (hereafte Les oeuvresr de MO); and Renate Blumen.
The Abb Alban6s, a scholar with a fine feeling for the spirit of his subject, and learned in the ancient history of his city, brought out, inthe Provencal text, with a French translation and admirable notes. But was SAINT DOUCELINE 7 his book ill-distributed, or was it over-weighted with learning.
Douceline, Saint, d. Sources found: The life of Saint Douceline, a Beguine of Provence, t.p. (Saint Douceline) pub. info. (Douceline de Digne; Mother of the Beguine.
This early example of a spiritual diary incorporating the visions of a female mystic offers a glimpse of religious women's daily life and spiritual practices. Agnes Blannbekin was from an Austrian farming family, but as a Beguine lived an urban life: Ulri. The Life of Saint Douceline: A Beguine of Provence translated from the Occitan with Introduction and notes and Interpretive essay by Philippine De Porcellet and Madeleine Jeay (Library of Medieval Women: Boydell & Brewer) Excerpt from Introduction: Despite considerable scholarly attention, the early history of the development of the beguine way.Douceline, Saint, Douceline, ?, sainte Douceline Saint Douceline Heilige Douceline, Saint, d.
Douceline de Digne.Books shelved as provence: A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle, Encore Provence: New Adventures in the South of France by Peter Mayle, Toujours Provence by.