VISIONS OF THE DIVINE FEMININE

Visions of the Divine Feminine in Medieval Europe

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VISIONS OF THE DIVINE FEMININE
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This book considers visions in the literature of medieval Europe with particular reference to visions that can be considered to be of the Divine Feminine in a variety of forms including Wisdom (Sapientia), Philosophia and Natura amongst others. Chapter One: Wisdom and Nature; Chapter Two: The earlier Latin Tradition; Chapter Three: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Twelfth Century; Chapter Four: Hildegard of Bingen and her Visions of the Divine Feminine; Chapter Five: Ibn al-Arabi, Dante and Petrarch; Chapter Six: Suso; Chapter Seven: Christine de Pizan.

SPECIFICATIONS

95 pages

15.6 x 23.4 centimeter paperback

ePub ebook

DETAILS

2019

© John Noyce

The book is available at Lulu Books, some Amazon stores and other online booksellers.

English

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