Women Mystics in Medieval Europe

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WOMEN MYSTICS IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE

Emilie Zum Brunn and Georgette Epiney-Burgard

Translated from the French by Sheila Hughes

PARAGON HOUSE St. Paul, Minnesota

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps and Illustrations ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • PART I Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Excerpts from Hildegard's Works 19
  • PART II Mechthild of Magdeburg (ca. 1207-ca. 1294) 37
  • Introduction 39
  • Excerpts from Mechthild of Magdeburg's "The Flowing Light of the Godhead." 54
  • PART III Beatrice of Nazareth (1200-1268) 69
  • Introduction 71
  • Excerpts from Beatrice of Nazareth's "Vita" and "The Seven Manners" 87
  • PART IV - Hadewijch of Antwerp (13th Century) 95
  • Introduction 97
  • Excerpts from the Works of Hadewijch I and Hadewijch II 113
  • PART V Marguerite Porete - (d. 1310) 141
  • Introduction 143
  • Marguerite Porete's "Approbatio" and Excerpts from "The Mirror of Simple Souls" 163
  • Conclusion 176
  • Notes 181
  • Suggested Reading 217
  • Bibliography 221
  • Index 229
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