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Titel: Francis of Assisi and the Feminine
Verlag: Franciscan Inst Pubs
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Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781576591390-3
Inhaltsangabe: This book is an English translation of Francesco: un passagio. Donna e donne negli scritti e nelle leggende di Francesco d'Assisi. Jacques Dalarun delivers a tight analysis of Francis and his biographers that, in any way whatsoever, touch on aspects and instances of his attitude towards women and femininity, or even better, use categories that can be defined as feminine. Thus he succeeds in grasping, plumbing the depths of, and finding new ways of expressing the fundamental dimension of Francis's experience accurately.
Über den Autor: Jacques Dalarun is internationally known in the field of medieval studies, particularly for his publications on Robert of Arbrissel and Clare of Rimini . The former director of Medieval Studies at l Ecole francais de Rome and of l Institut de Recherche et d Histoire des Textes (CNRS), Dalarun is also known for his significant publications on the medieval religious experience in France and Italy. In 2004-2005, he was the Joseph A. Doino Visiting Professor of Franciscan Studies at The Franciscan Institute, Saint Bonaventure University. His works on Francis of Assisi have been translated into English and published by Franciscan Institute Publications.
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