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life of Richard Rolle.

Frances M. M. Comper

life of Richard Rolle.

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Published by J. M. Dent & sons limited, E. P. Dutton & co. inc. in London and Toronto, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rolle, Richard, -- of Hampole, -- 1290?-1349.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRolle, Richard, of Hampole, 1290?-1349.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2136 .C6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 340 p.
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21039023M

    In the latter years of his life he seems hardly ever to have left the church, being absorbed in prayer. This, and his death very shortly after the outbreak of the sickness, recalls Richard Rolle to our mind; for it is not unlikely that the death of the latter was due to the plague of , which he probably caught while ministering to the sick. Book Description: Richard Rolle, the `hermit of Hampole', wrote an extensive body of religious literature that was widely disseminated in late medieval England; but although many of his works have received substantial editorial attention, they have as yet attracted only limited detailed critical analysis, with scholarship largely focused on establishing facts about his life and striking character.


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Richard Rolle was a new figure to me. I enjoy reading early Christian contemplative writers and was first attracted to his work THE FIRE OF LOVE which I found fascinating. Rolle is an excellent writer and even in translation from older English to modern English, much of the magic remains.

He also writes very personally and this is most appealing.4/4(1). Sources. Breviarium Eccl. Eboracensis. The lessons in the Officium de S.

Ricardo, II, are the chief authority for the events of his life. PERRY, Introduction to Rolle's English Prose Treatises (London, ); VON ULLMAN, Studien zu Richard Rolle de Hampole in englische Studien (Heilbronn, ), VII; VON KRIBEL, Hampole-Studien, ibidem, VIII; ADLER, Ueber die Richard Rolle de Hampole.

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book near a Cistercian nunnery in Hampole, Yorkshire/5(12). Richard Rolle, in full Richard Rolle De Hampole, (born c. Thornton, Yorkshire [now in North Yorkshire] Eng.—died Sept. 29,Hampole, Yorkshire [now in South Yorkshire]), English mystic and author of mystical and ascetic tracts.

Rolle attended the University of Oxford but, dissatisfied with the subjects of study and the disputatiousness there, left without a degree. Richard Rolle of Hampole English hermit and mystic.

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THE FIRE OF LOVE OR MELODY OF LOVE AND THE MENDING OF LIFE OR THE RULE OF LIVING BY: RICHARD ROLLE. Translated by Richard Misyn from the “Incendium Amoris” and the “De Emendatione Vitae” of Richard Rolle, hermit of Hampole METHUEN & CO. LTD. 36 ESSEX STREET W.C.

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Ricardo, II, are the chief authority for the events of his life. PERRY, Introduction to Rolle's English Prose Treatises (London, ); VON ULLMAN, Studien zu Richard Rolle de Hampole in englische Studien (Heilbronn, ), VII; VON KRIBEL, Hampole-Studien, ibidem, VIII; ADLER, Ueber die Richard Rolle de.

The English prose and verse writer Richard Rolle of Hampole gave the first formal expression to English mysticism and exerted a very important intellectual influence on the 14th century.

Richard Rolle of Hampole was neither a priest nor a monk but a simple layman. This is the stuff of the contemplative life. Put simply, the contemplative life is the steady gaze of the soul upon the God who loves us. It is “an intimate sharing between friends,” to use the words of Teresa of Avila.

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His works can be neatly divided between those written in Latin and those written in English. Rolle was conscious of the fact that only scholars would read his Latin works, whereas the.This is the first literary study of the career of Richard Rolle (d.

), a Yorkshire hermit and mystic who was one of the most widely-read English writers of the late Middle Ages. Nicholas Watson proposes a new chronology of Rolle's writings, and offers the first literary analyses of a number of his works.

He shows how Rolle's career, as a writer of passionate religious works in Latin and.THE FIRE OF LOVE BOOK I CHAPTER I OF MAN’S TURNING TO GOD; AND WHAT HELPS AND WHAT LETS HIS TURNING. Be it known to all manner of people in this wretched dwelling place of exile abiding, that no man may be imbued with love of endless life, nor be anointed with heavenly sweetness, unless he truly be turned to God.