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📒The Pilgrimage ✍ Paulo Coelho
✏The Pilgrimage Book Summary : Here Paulo Coelho details his journey across Spain along the legendaryroad of San Tiago, which pilgrims have travelled since Middle Ages. On this contemporary quest, he encounters a Chaucerian variety of mysterious guides and devilish opponents and learns to understand the nature of truth through the simplicity of life. The Pilgrimage holds an important place in Paulo Coelho's literary canon. His first book, it not only paved the way for his phenomenal novel The Alchemist , but it also fully expresses his humanist philosophy and the depth of his unique search for meaning.
📒The Pilgrimage Of Grace 1536 1537 And The Exeter Conspiracy 1538 ✍ Madeline Hope Dodds
✏The Pilgrimage of Grace 1536 1537 and the Exeter Conspiracy 1538 Book Summary : Originally published in 1915, this book is the second of two volumes describing the popular risings during the reign of Henry VIII known as the Pilgrimage of Grace and the Exeter Conspiracy. Volume Two describes the devolution of the Pilgrimage from the beginning of 1537 and its eventual dissolution, as well as the growth and downfall of the Exeter Conspiracy the following year. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in English religious history and the reign of Henry VIII.
📒The Pilgrimage To Compostela In The Middle Ages ✍ Linda Kay Davidson
✏The Pilgrimage to Compostela in the Middle Ages Book Summary : Nine new studies address the phenomenon of the medieval pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, the legendary burying place of St. James.
📒The Pilgrimage Of Grace ✍ M. L. Bush
✏The Pilgrimage of Grace Book Summary : This book studies the largest insurrection to occur in England between the Peasants' Revolt of 1381 and the English Civil War of the 164Os. It concentrates upon the nine rebel armies that were mobilised in the North during the month of October 1536, examining their recruitment, organisation, grievances and aims, as well as the impact they made upon the government of Henry VIII. Operating principally from original sources, it revises the standard work of the Dodds and appraises the research produced in the subject over the last thirty years. Bush proposes that, as a rising of the commons, the aim of the rebellion was to safeguard the commonwealth as well as to protect Christ's faith, arguing that it cannot be fully explained as a reaction against the Henrician Reformation. On the other hand, in adopting the idiom of a rising of the commons, it did not become simply a popular uprising, but was rather a conjunction of protest, with gentlemen, clergy and commons establishing working alliances with each other against the government. Besides a study of revolt, this book provides a vital insight into the cultural, religious, political and social beliefs of sixteenth-century England.
📒The Pilgrimage Of Buddhism And A Buddhist Pilgrimage ✍ James Bissett Pratt
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📒The Pilgrimage Of Desire ✍ F. C. Gardiner
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📒The Pilgrimage To Santiago ✍ Edwin Mullins
✏The Pilgrimage to Santiago Book Summary : The Long Road to Heaven", the annual pilgrimage to the Galician city of Santiago de Compostela has taken place for over a thousand years. In the great cathedral of Santiago are said to lie the bones of St. James of the Great, cousin to Christ, an original disciple and later "resurrected" as the legendary slayer of the Moors. From the Middle Ages onwards, this most evocative of Christian shrines has attracted pilgrims to the Spanish city from all over Europe and further afield. A network of routes, lined with statues and other symbols, leads to Santiago, but the most celebrated is that from Paris, across the Pyrenees and through the arid uplands of northern Spain.
📒The Pilgrimage Of Dorothy Richardson ✍ Joanne Winning
✏The Pilgrimage of Dorothy Richardson Book Summary : Pilgrimage, Dorothy Richardson's thirteen-volume opus of autobiographical fiction, follows the entire arc of an independent woman's life in early twentieth-century Britain. It is one of the major works of the modernist period; indeed, it is considered by many a classic of modernist literature. In this book, Joanne Winning argues in this book, however, that Richardson's novels continue to be misunderstood in several important ways. Winning is the first critic to fully explore the issues of lesbian identity in the novels. Examining primary materials, manuscript drafts, and Richardson's previously unstudied correspondence, Winning demonstrates that Pilgrimage contains a carefully constructed, though concealed, subtext of lesbian desire and sexuality. The Pilgrimage of Dorothy Richardson explores the ways in which Richardson used such cultural forms as sexology, psychoanalysis, and other lesbian and modernist literature of her time to create an intertextual dialogue about lesbian identity. Winning suggests that a sustained reading of lesbian sexuality in Pilgrimage is crucial to a more complete understanding of Richardson's long and sometimes difficult work. Winning also places Pilgrimage in the context of other works by female modernist writers that record lesbian identity. This approach, Winning suggests, is the first step toward recognizing and defining a literary movement that can be termed "lesbian modernism," as well as toward a deeper understanding of how lesbian modernist writers helped shape modernist literature as a whole.
📒The Pilgrimage ✍ DeLacy A. Andrews, Jr.
✏The Pilgrimage Book Summary : Imagine for a moment that you are living in a different time, a different place. You are a Jew during the period of the Old Testament, and you live far away from the Promised Land. Your neighbors worship idols and hold you in contempt. You long to live justly and to walk in peace, but those who surround you speak lies and make war. Is there any refuge for one who believes in Jehovah, yet lives in a foreign land? Josiah was such a man, a shepherd in the land of Kedar. Tragedy has struck his family, causing him to cry out with the psalmist, “Woe is me, that I sojourn in Meshech, that I dwell in the tents of Kedar! My soul hath long dwelt with him that hateth peace. I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war.” (Psalm 120:5–7). Is there respite for the singer of that psalm? Yes, that rest is found at the end of a pilgrimage—a journey that leads him to the House of God. Come with the shepherd as we make the pilgrimage together.
📒The Books And The Pilgrimage Of The Polish Nation ✍ Adam Mickiewicz
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