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eBook The Life Of Aelred Of Rievaulx: And the Letter to Maurice (Cistercian Fathers) ePub

by Walter Daniel,F. M. Powicke,Jane Patricia Freeland,Marsha L. Dutton

  • ISBN: 0879072571
  • Category: Worship and Devotion
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Walter Daniel,F. M. Powicke,Jane Patricia Freeland,Marsha L. Dutton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cistercian Publications (November 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 172
  • ePub book: 1952 kb
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Marsha L. Dutton, professor of medieval literature and director of graduate studies in English at Ohio University, is a longtime student of the works of Aelred of Rievaulx and of other twelfth-century Cistercian writers.

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Walter Daniel knew Aelred well and attended him on his deathbed in 1167 Contemporaries who had known him as a public figure so immediately criticized the Life that Walter was driven t. .

Walter Daniel knew Aelred well and attended him on his deathbed in 1167. He remembered, and portrayed, him as abbot, counselor, and friend. Contemporaries who had known him as a public figure so immediately criticized the Life that Walter was driven to justify his portrait in the subsequent Letter to Maurice. A new introduction incorporates scholarship of the forty years since Sir F. M. Powicke's translation was first published

Marsha L. Dutton, Cistercian Fathers series 73 (Kalamazoo: Cistercian . Aelred of Rievaulx, Vita Niniani, translated by Winifred MacQueen, in John MacQueen, St. Nynia (Edinburgh: Polygon, 1990) [reprinted a. Dutton, Cistercian Fathers series 73 (Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications, 2008). Walter Daniel, Vita Ailredi Abbatis Rievall. Translated by F. Powicke and Jane Patricia Freeland, Introduction by Marsha Dutton, Cistercian Fathers series no. 57 (Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications, 1994. ] Aelred of Rievaulx, On Jesus at Twelve Years Old, trans. Nynia (Edinburgh: Polygon, 1990). Aelred of Rievaulx, Mirror of Charity, trans. A new introduction incorporates scholarship of the forty years Walter Daniel knew Aelred well and attended him on his deathbed in 1167.

Translated by F. Powicke and Jane Patricia Freeland, Introduction by.For instance, Walter Daniel records a visitation that Aelred made to Dundrennan. Aelred of Rievaulx, The Life of Saint Edward, King and Confessor, translated by Jerome Bertram (Guildford: St. Edward's Press, 1990). Aelred of Rievaulx, Spiritual Friendship, trans. Aelred Squire, OP, Aelred of Rievaulx: A Study (London: SPCK, 1969), 65. as a public figure so immediately criticized the Life that Walter was driven to justify his portrait in the subsequent Letter to Maurice. Powicke's translation was first published.

His sermons and treatises reflect Aelred the monk, the novice-master, and abbot.

Much of Aelred's biography is known because of the Life written about him by Walter Daniel shortly after his death Jane Patricia Freeland, ed. Marsha L. Dutton, Cistercian Fathers series 71 (Kalamazoo.

Much of Aelred's biography is known because of the Life written about him by Walter Daniel shortly after his death. Until the twentieth century, Aelred was generally known as a historian rather than as a spiritual writer; for many centuries his most famous work was his Life of Saint Edward, King and Confessor. Jane Patricia Freeland, ed. Dutton, Cistercian Fathers series 71 (Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications, 2006).

Aelred, of Rievaulx, Saint, 1110-1167, Walter Daniel, fl.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Aelred, of Rievaulx, Saint, 1110-1167, Walter Daniel, fl. 1170.

Writing shortly after Aelred of Rievaulx died on 12 January 1167, Walter Daniel, his secretary and fellow monk, has .

Writing shortly after Aelred of Rievaulx died on 12 January 1167, Walter Daniel, his secretary and fellow monk, has created the picture of Aelred which endures to this day. We come to know a man of 'charity and astonishing sanctity', an ailing abbot whose monks sat chatting around his be. Whether motivated by simple dislike, by envy, or by dissatisfaction at a hastily informal 'canonization', the critics stung the indignant Walter to response.

Walter Daniel knew Aelred well and attended him on his deathbed in 1167. He remembered, and portrayed, him as abbot, counselor, and friend. Contemporaries who had known him as a public figure so immediately criticized the Life that Walter was driven to justify his portrait in the subsequent Letter to Maurice. A new introduction incorporates scholarship of the forty years since Sir F. M. Powicke's translation was first published.