1 edition of Richard Rolle biblical commentaries found in the catalog.
Richard Rolle biblical commentaries
by Institute für Anglistik und Amerikanistik. Universität Salzburg in Salzburg
Written in English
|Series||Elizabethan & Renaissance Studies : -- 92 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 193 p.|
|Number of Pages||193|
Included among the sacred books of Judaism and Christianity alike, the Song of Songs does not mention God at all; on the surface it is a lyrical exchange between unnamed lovers who articulate the range of emotions associated with sexual love. Ann W. Astell here examines medieval reader response, both interpretive and imitative, to the Song. biblical texts unnoted by Dove, translations and commentaries on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. (An edition of the prologues to these commentaries is included in the appendices.) Nothing about these works indicates that they are Lollard productions — instead, much like the English Psalter of Richard Rolle, these Gospel commentaries.
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Language, Self and Love: Hermeneutics in the Writings of Richard Rolle and the Commentaries on the Song of Songs By Denis Renevey University of Wales Press, Read preview Overview The Commentaries of Origen and Jerome on St. Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians By Ronald E. Heine Oxford University Press, ROLLE, RICHARD, de Hampole (?–), hermit and author, born about at Thornton in Yorkshire (probably Thornton-le-Street), was the son of William Rolle of Thornton in Richmondshire, and was sent by his parents to school at an early age, where he showed such good promise that Thomas de Neville, archdeacon of Durham, sent him to .
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: Richard Rolle Biblical Commentaries: Short Exposition of Psalm 20 Treatise on the Twentieth Psalm Comment on the First Verses of the Canticle of Can't (): Robert Boening, James Hogg: Books.
A fascinating study of mysticism and spirituality in medieval literature, in particular the works of Richard Rolle and William St. Thierry, and how commentaries on the biblical 'Song of Songs' attempt to interpret the love between God and the individual.
Richard Rolle, who died inis the earliest of a group of five English writers who are generally referred to as the Middle English mystics. These writers span the 14th and 15th centuries: the others in the group are Walter Hilton (d. ), the anonymous author of The Cloud of Unknowing, Julian of Norwich (b.
Get this from a library. Biblical commentaries: short exposition of Ps Treatise on the twentieth Psalm, Comment on the first verses of the Canticle of Canticles, Commentary on the Apocalypse. [Richard Rolle; Robert Ernest Boenig].
In an introduction to Richard Rolle: The English Writings. Mahwah, N.J.: Paulist Press,pp. Comments on some of the harsher qualities in Rolle's mysticism.
Language, Self and Love: Hermeneutics in Richard Rolle and the Commentaries of the Song of Songs | Denis Renevey | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. 17 For various speculative chronologies of Rolle's literary career (Latin and English), see H.
Allen, Writings Ascribed to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole, and Materials for his Biography (New York, ), 89–; J. Clark, ‘Richard Rolle as a Biblical Commentator’, Downside Review, (July ), –97, esp. –7 Cited by: 3. Richard Rolle Biblical Commentaries: Short Exposition of Psalm 20 Treatise on the Twentieth Psalm Comment on the First Verses of the Canticle of Can't: ISBN () Softcover, Longwood Pr Ltd, Richard Rolle of Hampole (?), Bonaventure Saint, Cardinal (ca.
), Jesus Christ Time Middle Ages,Middle Ages, Early works toMiddle English, Richard Rolle (/ – late September ) was an English hermit, mystic, and religious writer. He is also known as Richard Rolle of Hampole or de Hampole, since at the end of his life he lived near a Cistercian nunnery in Hampole, Yorkshire.
In the words of Nicholas Watson, scholarly research has shown that "[d]uring the fifteenth century he was one of the most widely. Language, Self and Love: Hermeneutics in the Writings of Richard Rolle and the Commentaries on the Song of Songs Denis Renevey University of Wales Press, - Literary Criticism.
Translation was thus one among many ways that English exegetes experimented with the possibilities of commentary. With a wide scope, the book focuses on works by writers from the heretic John Wyclif to the hermit Richard Rolle, alongside a host of lesser-known authors, including Henry Cossey and Nicholas Trevet, and many anonymous : Andrew Kraebel.
Richard Rolle c. – (Also known as Richard Rolle of Hampole) English author of biblical commentaries, devotional treatises, and religious lyrics. Richard Rolle (ca. –30 September )  was an English hermit, mystic, and religious writer.
 He is also known as Richard Rolle of Hampole or de Hampole, since at the end of his life he lived near a Cistercian nunnery in Hampole, now in South Yorkshire.  In the words of Nicholas Watson, scholarly research has shown that "[d]uring the fifteenth century he was one.
Get this from a library. Language, self and love: hermeneutics in the writings of Richard Rolle and the commentaries on the Song of Songs. [Denis Renevey].
Hope Emily Allen, Writings Ascribed to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole, and Materials for his Biography, Modern Language Association Monograph Series York: D. Heath and Co., Margaret G.
Amassian, ‘The Rolle Material in Bradfer-Lawrence MS 10 and Its Relationship to Other Rolle Manuscripts, Manuscripta, (July ): Although Richard Rolle, hermit of Hampole, was perhaps the most influential spiritual author of the later English Middle Ages, the coming of print was not kind to him.
Although a large collected Latin Opera appeared in the s, it was scarcely exhaustive, and a number of the texts there included, notably Rolle's Latin Psalter commentary, have not been critically examined since. "The Use of Richard Rolle's Latin Psalter in Richard Ullerston's Expositio canticorum Scripturae." Medium Ævum 81 (): "The Place of Allegory in the Psalter-Commentary of Bruno the Carthusian." Mediaeval Studies 73 (): "Prophecy and Poetry in the Psalms-Commentaries of St.
Bruno and the Pre-Scholastics.". Richard Rolle has written: 'The officium and miracula of Richard Rolle of Hampole' -- subject(s): Prayers 'Richard Rolle' -- subject(s): Christian literature, English (Middle), History.
Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since This volume presents the first study, critical edition, and translation of one of the earliest works by Richard Rolle (c.
), a hermit and mystic whose works were widely read in England and on the European continent into the early. Richard Rolle (c. –) Richard Rolle. Biblical Commentaries. Translated by Robert Boenig. Vol.Salzburg Studies in English Literature.
Salzburg: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, [Psalm 20; Song of Solomon –4; Revelation preface, –] ———. “The English Psalter and.Richard Rolle of Hampole (?) was an English poet, religious writer, and Bible translator, who lived as a hermit.
Rolle, born at Thornton, Yorkshire, was at Oxford. Impressed by the uncertainty and the snares of life he decided to become a hermit, a resolution which he carried out with somewhat romantic circumstances.
He wrote various religious treatises in Latin and Born: circa Another “great (great) grandmother” is the Fourteenth Century: with the glorious theologies of Walter Hilton, Julian of Norwich, Margery Kempe and, Richard Rolle and The Cloud of Unknowing.
During this period, the English mix of doctrinal, pastoral, ascetical and homely came to be, and came to find an authentic and legitimate character all.