6 edition of The Old English verse saints" lives found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert E. Bjork.|
|Series||McMaster Old English studies and texts ;, 4|
|LC Classifications||PR208 .B56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||86215002|
Early Medieval Literature Ph.D. Reading List Department of English Western Michigan University Old English Poetry and Prose Ælfric, “Preface to Genesis”; from the Lives of Saints: Life of St. Æ›el›ryth, Edmund, Oswald, Swy›un, Eugenia, and Eufrasia. Old English Lives of Saints, a series composed in the s by the Benedictine monk Aelfric in his distinctive alliterative prose, portrays an array of saints--including virgin martyrs, married virgins, aristocrats, kings, soldiers, and bishops--for a late Anglo-Saxon audience. At a turbulent time when England was under increasingly severe Viking attack, the examples of these saints modeled.
This volume is conceived as a complement to another Middle English Texts series text, Sherry Reames' "Middle English Legends of Women Saints." This selection "is intended to be broadly representative of saints' lives in Middle English and of the classic types of hagiographic legend as these were presented to the lay public and less-literate. The Vercelli Book and Exeter Book contain four long narrative poems of saints' lives, or hagiography. In Vercelli are Andreas and Elene and in Exeter are Guthlac and Juliana. Andreas is 1, lines long and is the closest of the surviving Old English poems to Beowulf in style and tone.
The Cistercian Saints of England: St. Stephen, Abbot, by Blessed John Henry Newman (London: James Toovey, ). Part of the series Lives of the English Saints. Available in various formats at Internet Archive and Open Library. [N.B. This work appears to have been published soon before Cardinal Newman was received into the one true Church.]. These Lives also explore such topics as the obligations of rulers, marriage and gender roles, private and public devotion, the environment, education, and the sweep of human history. This volume presents new Old English editions and modern English translations of twenty-two unattributed saints’ Lives.
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Old English Verse Saints Lives Book Description: Critics have traditionally treated the Old English poems about saints as individual, autonomous works, relating but little to one another except in a broadly generic way.
: Old English Verse Saints Lives (McMaster Old English Studies and Texts, 4) (): Robert E. Bjork: BooksAuthor: Robert E. Bjork. The Old English Verse Saimts Lives A Study in Direct Discourse and the Iconography of Style Critics have traditionally treated the Old English poems about saints - Guthlac A, Guthlac B, Juliana, Elene, Andreas - as individual, autonomous works, relating but little.
In early medieval England, saints' Lives were eagerly received and translated into the vernacular. The stories collected here by unknown authors are preserved in manuscripts dating from the. Description Old English Lives of Saints, a series composed in the s by the Benedictine monk Aelfric in his distinctive alliterative prose, portrays an array of saints-including virgin martyrs, married virgins, aristocrats, kings, soldiers, and bishops-for a late Anglo-Saxon audience/5(3).
The Old English verse saints' lives: A study in direct discourse and the iconography of style Hardcover – May 18 by Robert E Bjork (Author) See Author: Robert E Bjork. Women Saints' Lives in Old English Prose book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Devout, virtuous and independent, the heroines of /5. Translations of eight saints' lives, giving an insight into women's religious culture in Anglo-Saxon England. Devout, virtuous and independent, the heroines of Old English saints' lives (one of the most popular literary genres of the middle ages) provided exemplars of personal and public inspiration for medieval Christians.
Cross, James E. “Saints’ Lives in Old English: Latin Manuscripts and Vernacular Accounts: The Old English Martyrology.” Peritia 1 (), 38– ———, and Thomas D. Hill, eds.
The Prose Solomon and Saturn and Adrian and Ritheus. McMaster Old English Studies and Texts 1. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Curtius, Ernst Robert. 7 Life-Changing Books by Saints In the book, he helps others to discern God’s will in their own lives.
In this book, by the saint who is one of the patron saints of writers, he provides. The collection of texts known as the Lives of the Saints was written by Ælfric of Eynsham (c. ), between and These hagiographies – written lives or biographies of saints – were designed to commemorate particular saints’ feast days (days in the Christian calendar when church services were devoted to a specific saint).
The selection of Middle English saints' lives edited in this volume is designed, like other volumes in the Middle English Texts Series, for relative newcomers to medieval English language and literature (and in this case to hagiography), but it is hoped that the volume will also be of use to more experienced students and scholars seeking to engage more closely with saints' legends whose.
Old English Lives of Saints, Volume III (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library) Hardcover – Novem Author: Aelfric. Old English Verse Saints Lives. [Robert E Bjork] -- Critics have traditionally treated the Old English poems about saints as individual, autonomous works, relating but little to.
Old English Lives of Saints, a series composed in the s by the Benedictine monk Aelfric in his distinctive alliterative prose, portrays an array of saints-including virgin martyrs, married virgins, aristocrats, kings, soldiers, and bishops-for a late Anglo-Saxon audience/5(3).
Old English Lives of Saints, a series composed in the s by the Benedictine monk Ælfric, portrays an array of saints—including virgin martyrs, kings, soldiers, and bishops—whose examples modeled courageous faith, self-sacrifice, and individual and collective resistance at a turbulent time when England was under severe Viking attack.
I: Apostolic Era Saints. Methodius Of Olympus: Oration Concerning Simeon and Anna On The Day That They Met in The Temple, translated in St.
Pachomius Library Martyrdom of Stephen, in The Acts of the Apostles The Deacon Stephen was the first Christian martyr. The short account of his death, with Saul of Tarsus watching is the lone martyrdom recorded in the New Testament.
This volume gathers fourteen new essays devoted to Old English prose saints’ lives from the late Anglo-Saxon period. Moving from diverse methodological approaches and building on the most recent developments in primary and secondary scholarship, the contributions comprehensively consider the texts and contexts of the vernacular hagiographic output both by Ælfric, the major hagiographer of.
Anonymous Old English Lives of Saints includes narratives from the eleventh and twelfth centuries about locally venerated saints like the abbess Seaxburh, as well as familiar ones like Nicholas and Michael the Archangel. This volume presents new Old English editions and modern English translations of twenty-two unattributed saints' Lives.
This is the Benziger Brothers edition of Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints, the most revered Catholic book after the Bible, the Missal and The Imitation of Christ. A Saint or two for each day of the calendar.
Great for a daily meditation; each life is followed by a "lesson" from the life to help us apply the virtues of the Saint to ourselves. Old English Verse Saints Lives. [Robert E Bjork] -- The consistency with which these patterns appear sheds new light on the conventions of Old English poetic hagiography.
It is the last of six poems appearing in the Vercelli manuscript, which also contains The Fates of the Apostles, Andreas, Soul and Body I, the Homiletic Fragment I and Dream of the Rood.
þā hālgan weras, þe gōde weorc be-ēodon, heora gemynd þurhwunað nū ā tō worulde. — Aelfric, On the Old Testament.