4 edition of doctrine of compunction in medieval England found in the catalog.
doctrine of compunction in medieval England
Sandra J. McEntire
Includes bibliographical references (p. -197) and index.
|Statement||Sandra J. McEntire.|
|Series||Studies in mediaeval literature ;, v. 8|
|LC Classifications||PR275.R4 M34 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||90022127|
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Discusses the background of the doctrine of compunction, the meaning of the term as drawn from the fathers, its meaning in Old English, its meaning in Middle English, and its use in medieval literature, especially Piers Plowman.
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Cultures of Compunction in the Medieval World explores how such emotion could be expressed, experienced and performed in medieval European society. Penthos: The Doctrine of Compunction in the Christian East. Penthos. : Irénée Hausherr. Cistercian Publications, - Religion - pages.
2 Reviews. 'Penthos is precisely the kind of book most of us need today-something utterly unfashionable that can cut through the trendiness of 5(2). In order to understand the meaning of weeping and the theology of compunction in late medieval England, a Christian manual for living, the Speculum Christiani, and Sandra McEntireu27s The Doctrine of Compunction in Medieval England: Holy Tears are also consideredAuthor: Carla Jeanette Jeanette McKinney Heifner.
McEntire (Cornell) traced the doctrine of compunction- including the manifestations of tears-in "The Doctrine of Compunction from Bede to Margery Kempe Anne Savage (Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland) selected "The Wanderer,77 "The Seafarer,77 and "The Dream of the Rood77 in her study of 'The Place of Old English Poetry in the English.
Gregorian Compunction. While compunction is a familiar idea to readers of medieval texts, only a few modern authors have addressed compunction at length, with only occasional attention to Anglo-Saxon England, Footnote 18 and, for a variety of reasons, the concept is often discussed in theological terms that belong to the thirteenth or fourteenth centuries, not the seventh or eighth.
Lewis, Katherine J. Margery Kempe and Saint Making in Later Medieval England. In Arnold and Lewis, A Companion to the Book of Margery Kempe. Leyser, H. "Women and the word of God", In Women and Religion in Medieval England.
Wood. Oxford: Oxbow, 32 Lipton, Emma. Doctrine of Compunction in Medieval England. Holy Tears McEntire, Sandra pages Discusses the background of the doctrine of compunction, the meaning of the term as drawn from the fathers, its meaning in Old English, its meaning in Middle English, and its use in medieval literature, especially Piers Plowman.
In the Book of Margery Kempe, Margery Kempe, a fifteenth-century lay mystic, recorded her spiritual experiences so that other might imitate her life.
She describes her highly emotional reactions to meditating on the Passion of Christ. This thesis examines some late medieval devotional texts including several meditations on the Passon of Christ, some of which Margery Kempe : McKinney Heifner, Carla Jeanette.
In The Idea of Medieval Literature, ed. James Dean and Christian Zacher. Newark: University of Delaware Press, Holloway, Julia B.
Bride, Margery, Julian and Alice: Bridget of Swedens Textual Community in Medieval England. In Margery Kempe: A Book of Essays, ed. Sandra J. McEntire. New York: Garland, In later medieval theology the term become very popular as an experience of the piercing of the heart.
This is watered down in modern English parlance as the derivative notion of the pricking of ones conscience. In the Middle Ages both the terms contrition and compunction became central to personal faith.
This became centred on Psalm Ward (Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, ), Some of these prayer books can be found in Precum this kind of moment in the Confessions with the doctrine of compunction important not just to extravagance expressed in them are picked up in later medieval spirituality The literature of late-medieval England cannot be understood without reference to these shifting mores around linguistic custom.
Geoffrey Chaucer receives credit for being the father of English literature in part because he made the choice to write his poetry in English, instead of what was regarded as the artistically superior French or.