Previously published as The Diary of a Magus, this book tells of Coelho's initiation into a spiritual path, leading to inner development and wisdom. He shares exercises in self-control and self-discovery, which he was taught on his pilgrimage along the ancient road to Santiago.
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- Author : William Dunn Macray
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1886
- Genre : English drama
- Pages : 160
- ISBN : STANFORD:36105025484226
The Pilgrimage of the Rose Cantata Founded on a Poem by Moritz Horn the English Adaptation by Miss Louisa Vance Etc Vocal Score
- Author : Robert Schumann
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1874
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 95
- ISBN : BL:A0022709418
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.
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.
The road across northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela in the northwest was one of the three major Christian pilgrimage routes during the Middle Ages, leading pilgrims to the resting place of the Apostle St. James. Today, the system of trails and roads that made up the old pilgrimage route is the most popular long-distance trail in Europe, winding from the heights of the Pyrenees to the gently rolling fields and woods of Galicia. Hundreds of thousands of modern-day pilgrims, art lovers, historians, and adventurers retrace the road today, traveling through a stunningly varied landscape which contains some of the most extraordinary art and architecture in the western world. For any visitor, the Road to Santiago is a treasure trove of historical sites, rustic Spanish villages, churches and cathedrals, and religious art. To fully appreciate the riches of this unique route, look no further than The Pilgrimage Road to Santiago, a fascinating step-by-step guide to the cultural history of the Road for pilgrims, hikers, and armchair travelers alike. Organized geographically, the book covers aspects of the terrain, places of interest, history, artistic monuments, and each town and village's historical relationship to the pilgrimage. The authors have led five student treks along the Road, studying the art, architecture, and cultural sites of the pilgrimage road from southern France to Compostela. Their lectures, based on twenty-five years of pilgrimage scholarship and fieldwork, were the starting point for this handbook.
The first casebook in English on the phenomenon that sent Europe walking in the Middle Ages on the arduous road to Santiago de Compostela, the legendary burial place of St James.
This new version of the late fourth-century diary of journeys in and around the Holy Land known as the Itinerarium Egeriae provides a more literal translation of the Latin text than earlier English renderings, with the aim of revealing more of the female traveler’s personality. The substantial introduction to the book covers both early pilgrimage as a whole, especially travel by women, and the many liturgical rites of Jerusalem that Egeria describes. Both this and the verse-by-verse commentary alongside the translated text draw on the most recent scholarship, making this essential reading for pilgrims, students, and scholars seeking insight into life and piety during one of Christianity’s most formative periods.
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.
- Author : Malcolm Letts
- Publisher : Taylor & Francis
- Release Date : 2017-05-15
- Genre : History
- Pages : 360
- ISBN : 9781317021377
Translated from the German from Groote's edition of 1860 and edited with notes and an introduction This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in 1946.
This book is about my love and passion for African Americans who as slaves, came to the shores of America in 1619 and although they are free citizens today, but their color has been associated with their slave mentality and it is with us and ongoing. We need to do something to bring equality of blacks and whites in our country so we can see everybody in the light of who they are, not what the color of their skins are. The author’s first book; “The Economy of Waste”, has been just published by Author House on 3/08/21. The book is about “Healthy” and “Unhealthy” economy and the balance between “Needs” and “Wants” of people.
- Author : James Bissett Pratt
- Publisher : Asian Educational Services
- Release Date : 1996
- Genre : Religion
- Pages : 758
- ISBN : 8120611969
- Author : Christopher Haigh
- Publisher : Manchester University Press
- Release Date : 1969
- Genre : Great Britain
- Pages : 172
- ISBN : 9876543210XXX