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Language, Self and Love - Hermeneutics in Richard Rolle and the Commentaries of the Song of Songs
Denis Renevey
ISBN: 9780708316962 (0708316964)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Tachwedd 2001
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
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Astudiaeth hynod ddiddorol o gyfriniaeth ac ysbrydolrwydd mewn llenyddiaeth ganoloesol, yn benodol yng ngweithiau Richard Rolle a William St. Thierry, a'r modd y mae esboniadau ar y testun beiblaidd 'Cân y Caniadau' yn ceisio dehongli cariad rhwng Duw a'r unigolyn.

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.
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pp xii228 216x138mm October 2001 hardback £29.99
ISBN 0-7083-1696-4
Language, Self and Love offers a unique insight into the development of the language of interiority in the medieval literature inspired by the Song of Songs and its commentaries. It traces the evolution of a medieval identity in the process of self-fashioning and, in showing the importance of mystical writing for understanding medieval subjectivity, suggests that the ‘self’ is not the early modern invention it is often claimed to be.
Denis Renevey discusses the correspondences between the discourse of love in the Song of Songs and the language of mysticism in the writings of William of St Thierry and Richard Rolle, where the self is described in its attempts at establishing a direct relationship with God. He also shows how the textual strategies offered in mystical writing for the use of female recipients engage with questions of misogyny and the relationship between Latin and vernacular cultures.
Language, Self and Love will be an essential text for all those concerned with questions of subjectivity, mysticism and spirituality in the late medieval period. It offers new perspectives on both mystical commentaries and the language of interiority as it is interpreted after Augustine.
Denis Renevey is a lecturer in Medieval Literature at the Universities of Fribourg and Neuchâtel. He is the co-editor of Writing Religious Women: Female Spiritual and Textual Practices in Late Medieval England and the author of numerous articles dealing with medieval mysticism.
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