From Virile Woman to Womanchrist: Studies in Medieval Religion and Literature

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Appendix A Religious Literature of Formation, 1075-1225
Texts are listed alphabetically according to author (if known) or title. Information is given in the following order: author's name; title of work; genre; audience; date; diffusion, if available; edition.
Abelard, Peter. Epistles 7 and 9: De auctoritate vel dignitate ordinis sanctimonialium and De studio litterarum. Letters of vocation; Heloise and nuns of the Paraclete. Circa 1152- 1155. Nine MSS. J. T. Muckle, ed., Mediueval Studies 17 ( 1955): 240-81; PL 178: 332-33.
------. Epistle 8: Institutio seu regula sanctimonialium. Rule for nuns; Heloise and nuns of the Paraclete. Circa 1132- 1135. One complete MS and six fragments. T. P. McLaughlin, ed., Mediaeval Studies 18 ( 1956): 242-82.
Adam of Perseigne. Epistle 5: De institutione novitiorum.Instruction for novices; Osmund, monk and novice master. Circa 1190- 1196. Two MSS. Jean Bouvet, ed., SC 66 ( Paris: Éditions du Cerf, 1960): 110-29.
Aelred of Rievaulx. De institutione inclusarum, alias De vita eremitica ad sororem reclusam. Rule for a recluse and treatise on spiritual life; Aelred's sister. Circa 1160-1162. Wide diffusion; many abridgments and translations. C. H. Talbot, ed., CCCM 1 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1971): 653-82.
------. De spiritali amicitia. Dialogue on monastic friendship; monks of Rievaulx. Part 1 circa 1147; Part 2 circa 1166. Wide diffusion; four abridgements. Anselm Hoste , ed., CCCM 1 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1971).
------. Speculum caritatis 2.17-20. Instruction for novices in dialogue form; Cistercian novices. 1142- 1143. Wide diffusion. C. H. Talbot, ed., CCCM 1 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1971): 86-96.
Alan of Lille. Summa de arte praedicatoria, chs. 45, 45, 46, 47. Model sermons; claustrales, married folk, widows, virgins. Late twelfth century. PL 210: 189-95.
Anselm of Canterbury. Epistle 22. Letter of vocation; Hugh, a recluse. Circa 1078- 1093. PL 158: 1171-73.
------. Epistles 230 and 414. Letters of instruction; Robert, a spiritual father, and his six spiritual daughters. Circa 1102-1107. Franciscus Schmitt, ed., Opera omnia ( Edinburgh: T. Nelson, 1946-61): IV, 154-55 and V, 359-62.
Arnulf of Bohéries. Speculum monachorum. Instruction for novices; Cistercian novices. Circa 1200. PL 184.: 1175-78.
Bernard of Clairvaux. Epistles 113, 114., 115. Letters of vocation on virginity; three nuns. Before 1153. PL 182: 256-62.

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