3 edition of The French text of the Ancrene riwle found in the catalog.
The French text of the Ancrene riwle
by Published for the Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press in London, New York
Written in English
|Statement||edited from British Museum MS. Cotton Vitellius F vii, by J.A. Herbert.|
|Series||Early English Text Society. Original series,, no. 219, Early English Text Society (Series)., no. 219.|
|Contributions||Herbert, J. A. 1862-1948, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR1119 .A2 no. 219 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 318 p.|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||74000283|
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The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Get this from a library. The French text of the Ancrene riwle.
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Ancrene Wisse: The English Text of the Ancrene Riwle, Edited from Ms. Corpus Christi College, Cambridge John Ronald Reuel Tolkien Early English Text Society, - Ancren riwle - pages. Ancrene wisse: the English text of the Ancrene riwle, edited from ms.
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge /. Hi all, Is there anybody who has read the Tolkien version of this verse/book. I know it was published in but it is no longer obtainable either in book form or e-book.
Can anybodey help me out?:) Thanks. The word came into the English language via Latin and Old French. The first attested English use is in the Ancrene Wisse, a 13th-century manual for nuns ("Moyseses e o þe spitel uuel.
The remedy for sloth is the spiritual joy and the comfort of glad hope through reading, through holy meditation, or from man's mouth. Often, dear sisters, you should pray less in order to read more. Reading is itself good prayer. Reading teaches how and what one should pray for, and prayer acquires it afterwards.