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The Translation of the Works of st Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (The Medieval Translator, 7)

The Translation of the Works of st Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (The Medieval Translator, 7)

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Published by Brepols Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language, Literature And Biography,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • Medieval

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsV. O"Mara (Editor), B. Morris (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8911260M
    ISBN 102503507174
    ISBN 109782503507170

    Lives of Saint Birgitta of Sweden in the Vernacular. Proceedings of the International Conference of Beverley-Hull, July Medieval Translator, 7. Edited by V. O'Mara and B. Morris. Brepols Publishers. Menacing Virgins: Representing Virginity in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Edited by Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Marina Leslie. St. Brigitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential visionaries of the later Middle Ages. Altogether, she received some seven hundred revelations, dealing with subjects ranging from meditations on the human condition, domestic affairs in Sweden, andecclesiastical matters in Rome, to revelations in praise of the Incarnation and devotion to the Virgin.

    St. Birgitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential female visionaries of the later Middle Ages. Altogether, she received some revelations, dealing with subjects ranging from meditations on the human condition, domestic affairs in Sweden, and ecclesiastical matters in Rome, to revelations in.   By Sünje Schwarz Abstract There were several factors responsible for the rise of vernacular language. A subsequent standardization of vernacular language is a logical consequence. The French were among the first to spread their literary works in the vernacular language and by the fourteenth century, vernacular works spread throughout Europe.

    Indeed, the translation of the works of women such as St Catherine of Siena (), St Bridget of Sweden (c/), and St Elizabeth of Hungary () into the vernacular of English, taps into the wider cultural context surrounding female reading and writing practices. Margery Kempe (c. – after ) was an English Christian mystic, known for writing through dictation The Book of Margery Kempe, a work considered by some to be the first autobiography in the English book chronicles her domestic tribulations, her extensive pilgrimages to holy sites in Europe and the Holy Land, as well as her mystical conversations with God.


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Abstract: This volume of papers, from an international Conference held in Beverley in on the translation into the medieval European vernaculars of the works of St Birgitta of Sweden, forms volume 7 in the series The Medieval Translator. Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (TMT 7) (The Medieval Translator) [Morris, Bridget, O'Mara, V] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (TMT 7) (The Medieval Translator)Cited by: 3. The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular V. O'Mara, B. Morris (eds.) Add to basket -> p., x mm, ISBN: discussing the lives of Saint Birgitta of Sweden in the vernacular.

Table of Contents. Translation of the works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the medieval European vernaculars. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Bridget, of Sweden Saint; Bridget, of Sweden Saint; Birgitta, von Schweden. Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bridget Morris; V M O'Mara.

The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (online only): $ Purchase this chapter (online only): EUR Purchase this chapter (online only): $ The contents of this volume based on a conference at Hull and Beverley in July are: H. Aili; Alfonso's Editorial Work in the Liber ad reges: a Pitfall for Vernacular Translators E.

Odelman; Rarae aves' in Brigitta's Vocabulary L. Wollin; Bigittine Biography at Vadstena: a Price: $   On some of the major vernacular compilations, see Bridget Morris and Veronica O'Mara, eds., The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the European Vernaculars, The Medieval Translator 7 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, ).

Bible translations in the Middle Ages discussions are rare in contrast to Late Antiquity, when the Bibles available to most Christians were in the local a process seen in many other religions, as languages changed, and in Western Europe languages with no tradition of being written down became dominant, the prevailing vernacular translations remained in place, despite gradually.

Birgitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential female visionaries of the later Middle Ages. Altogether, she received some revelations, dealing with subjects ranging from meditations on the human condition, domestic affairs in Sweden, and ecclesiastical matters in Rome, to revelations in 4/4(6).

Faith and Knowledge in Late Medieval and Early Modern Scandinavia Kjesrud et al. The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular O'Mara et al.

Devotional Culture in Late Medieval England and Europe Kelly et al. The Introduction of Christianity into the Early Medieval Insular World Flechner et al. The biography of Birgitta of Vadstena (), the patron saint of Sweden, is indeed extraordinary.

She was a Swedish noble lady married to Ulf Gudmarssøn, with whom she had eight children. Birgitta received divine revelations throughout her life, but her spiritual life intensified after the death of her husband in St. Birgitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential female visionaries of the later Middle Ages.

Altogether, she received some revelations, dealing with subjects ranging from meditations on the human condition, domestic affairs in Sweden, and ecclesiastical matters in Rome, to revelations in praise of the Incarnation and devotion to the Virgin.

The growth of vernacular literature. In literature, medieval forms continued to dominate the artistic imagination throughout the 15th century. Besides the vast devotional literature of the period—the ars moriendi, or books on the art of dying well, the saints’ lives, and manuals of methodical prayer and spiritual consolation—the most popular reading of noble and burgher alike was a 13th.

Birgitta of Sweden and Her Revelaciones Example of the habits worn in the Brigittine Order “St. Bridget of Sweden, Patron of Sweden” by Eleanor Day from Wood sculpture of Bridget by Master of Soeterbeeck from The Revelations of St.

Bridget of Sweden by an Unknown Italian Miniaturist, c. Bridget inspired by God to write. Other articles where Vernacular is discussed: dictionary: Specialized dictionaries: With the rise of the vernacular languages during the Renaissance, translating to and from Latin had great importance.

The Welshman in England was provided with a bilingual dictionary as early asby William Salesbury. Scholars in their analyses of language, as well as practical people for everyday needs. (English) In: The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars, / [ed] Bridget Morris, Veronica O'Mara, Turnhout: Brepols,p.

Chapter in book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Turnhout: Brepols, p. Series The Medieval Translator ; 7 Keywords [en]Author: Claes Gejrot. The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars, The Medieval Translator 7, Turnhout,pp.

Honemann, Volker. “Salicetus (Wydenbosch, Weidenbosch u. ä), Nicolaus OCist,” in 2 Verfasserlexikon, vol. 8 (), cols Leclercq, Jean, and Jean-Paul Bonnes.

What is the vernacular language, and what were common vernacular languages in medieval times. Vernacular language is the local language that people use everyday.

This includes early versions of Spanish, French, English, Italian, German, and Portuguese. This volume is the first comprehensive collection to gather together the records of the medieval Bulgarian centuries in English translation. Stone annals, works of religious instruction, anti-heretical treatises, apocrypha, royal charters, as well as numerous graffiti and marginal notes, shed abundant light onto a major cultural tradition of the European southeast from the seventh to the.

1. General (a) Lyricism. Two works published this year explore the lyricism of Chaucer. Troilus and Criseyde and the Legend of Good Women are each covered in stand-alone chapters in Ingrid Nelson’s Lyric Tactics: Poetry, Genre, and Practice in Later Medieval ’s work defines the lyrics of the later medieval period as cultural practices, which she argues ‘had a unique place.

The Revelations of St. Birgitta of Sweden Volume II Translated by Denis Searby Bridget Morris. This is the second of four volumes and it contains Book IV and Book V of the IV includes some of Birgitta's most influential visions, with topics ranging from the Avignon papacy and purgatory, to the Hundred Years' War.In Translations of Authority in Medieval English Literature, leading critic Alastair Minnis presents the fruits of a long-term engagement with the ways in which crucial ideological issues were deployed in Cited by: Book Description: Medieval translators played an important role in the development and evolution of a scientific lexicon.

At a time when most scholars deferred to authority, the translations of canonical texts assumed great importance. Moreover, translation occurred at two levels in the Middle Ages.