Sacred fictions of medieval france book description the story of the life of christ and his mother was told in many texts in various french vernaculars anglo norman and old occitan as well as old and middle french between the middle of the twelfth century and the end of the fifteenth there are more than a hundred such texts extant in at . Get this from a library sacred fictions of medieval france narrative theology in the lives of christ and the virgin 1150 1500 maureen barry mccann boulton a study of the immensely popular lives of christ and the virgin in medieval france. These sacred fictions are the subject of this book given that the principal events in the lives of mary and jesus were well known to potential audiences the choice of genre was the most important decision facing a medieval author. One of the most significant treatments of french passion devotion in recent years can be found in boultons 2015 monograph sacred fictions of medieval france narrative theology in the lives of christ and the virgin 1150 1500 in which she highlights the important role that imagination played in medieval french lives of christ whether it . Maureen barry mccann boulton sacred fictions of medieval france narrative theology in the lives of christ and the virgin 1150 1500 gallica 38 gallica 38 cambridge uk d s brewer 2015
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