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The translation of the works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the medieval European vernaculars

The translation of the works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the medieval European vernaculars

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Published by Brepols in Turnhout, Belgium .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridget, -- of Sweden, Saint, -- ca. 1303-1373 -- Translations.,
  • Literature, Medieval -- Translations -- Translations.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTranslation of the works of Saint Birgitta of Sweden into the medieval European vernaculars
    Statementeditors, Bridget Morris and Veronica O"Mara.
    GenreTranslations.
    SeriesMedieval translator -- v. 7
    ContributionsMorris, Bridget., O"Mara, V. M.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22403839M
    ISBN 102503507174

      The biography of Birgitta of Vadstena (), the patron saint of Sweden, is indeed extraordinary. She was a Swedish noble lady married to Ulf Gudmarssøn, with whom she had eight children. Birgitta received divine revelations throughout her life, but her spiritual life intensified after the death of her husband in ”Rarae aves in Birgitta’s Vocabulary”, The Translation of St Birgitta of Sweden’s Works into the European Vernaculars Odelman, Eva Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages.

    St. Birgitta of Sweden and Her Revelaciones Example of the habits worn in the Brigittine Order “St. Bridget of Sweden, Patron of Sweden” by Eleanor Day from Wood sculpture of Bridget by Master of Soeterbeeck from The Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden by an Unknown Italian Miniaturist, c. Bridget inspired by God to write. Middle English Translations of the Birgittine Rule The Translation of the Works of St. Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars James Hogg Veronica O MorrisAuthor: Sara Schwamb.

      The Latin revelations were translated into Birgitta’s native Swedish in the late 14 th century and into many other European vernaculars, including Low German in the 15 th century. Birgitta of Vadstena, also known as St. Birgitta (or Bridget) of Sweden, was the founder of the Bridgittine Order. Image: Wikimedia Commons. This is the third and penultimate volume of the translation of the Revelations of St. Birgitta of Sweden, and it contains the last part of the central canon, Books VI and VII. Book VI is a loosely structured collection that covers the start of Birgitta’s mystical life spent close to the Cistercian monastery of Alvastra, right through to some of her major revelations received later in Rome.


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With an Edition of the Latin Text'Arne Jsson, 'The Modern Swedish Translator of St Birgitta's Works: Tryggve Lunden, his Background and his Impact'. Read more Read less click to open popoverCited by: 3. The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (online only): EUR The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular (online only): $ With an Edition of the Latin Text A.

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The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular. O'Mara, B. Morris (eds.) Add to basket ->. p., x mm, ISBN: Languages: English. Paperback. The publication is available. Get this from a library. The translation of the works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the medieval European vernaculars.

[Bridget Morris; V M O'Mara;]. The Translation of the Works of St. Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, ). The Medieval Translator, 7. This is the fourth and final volume of the modern English translation of St. Birgitta of Sweden’s Revelations into English.

It contains the supplementary and liturgical materials relating to St. Birgitta’s monastic foundation that came to have houses throughout Europe. There are also some personal revelations and prayers that shed light on her spiritual growth and thinking in the early.

1 See D. Pezzini, The Italian Reception of Birgittine Writings, in The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars, ed. Morris and V.

O'Mara, The Medieval Translator, VII, Turnhout, and note [Life of Saint Birgitta of Sweden] This translation, by Julia Bolton Holloway, from the Middle English of the text ascribed to Thomas Gascoigne in presents a life of the founder of the Order of the Holy Saviour and Saint Birgitta.

By permission of Peregrina Publishers. Please abide by the laws of. (/): Righteous Reformer “[I]f you do not improve your way of life, neither will you be king, nor will you live long.” A patron saint of Europe, this 14th century mystic founded the Birgittine nuns and monks who lived in joint communities.

Married and the mother of. Birgitta died within a few months after returning to Rome. Her body was initially buried in the church of San Lorenzo in Panisperna, but her daughter Katharina had it translated to Sweden the following year, where it was interred with great pomp in the church at Vadstena.

Birgitta. In this paper I focus attention on the translator, Tryggve Lundén, and try to show what motivated him to undertake this laborious work. I also report on how the translation was received by critics.}, author = {Jönsson, Arne}, booktitle = {The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars}, editor.

Birgitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential female visionaries of the later Middle Ages. Altogether, she received some revelations, dealing with subjects ranging from meditations on the human condition, domestic affairs in Sweden, and ecclesiastical matters in Rome, to revelations in.

The translation of the works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the medieval European vernaculars / editors, Bridget Morris and Veronica O'Mara University of Hull. Centre for Medieval Studies [ Book, Conference Proceedings: ] At 4 libraries. "The Modern Swedish Translator of St Birgitta's Works: Tryggve Lundén, his Background and his Impact", in: The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the European Vernaculars (The Medieval Translator,7), ed.

by Bridget Morris and Veronica O'Mara, Turnhoutpp. –   The patron saint of Sweden, Birgitta was an influential figure in the religious and political life of fourteenth-century Europe.

An outspoken proponent of reform within the Church, she is largely remembered for her prophetic visions later collected in the eight books of her Revelationes (c; The Revelations of Saint Bridget).Author: CATHOLIC WARRIOR. Bridget of Sweden (c. – 23 July ); born as Birgitta Birgersdotter, also Birgitta of Vadstena, or Saint Birgitta (Swedish: heliga Birgitta), was a mystic and saint, and founder of the Bridgettines nuns and monks after the death of her husband of twenty years.

Outside of Sweden, she was also known as the Princess of Nericia and was the mother of Catherine of utes: Pilgrim's hat, staff & bag; crown, writing-book.

Birgitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential female visionaries of the later Middle Ages.

Altogether, she received some revelations, dealing with subjects ranging from meditations on the human condition, domestic affairs in Sweden, and ecclesiastical matters in Rome, to revelations in praise of the Incarnation and devotion to the Virgin.

The Revelations of St. Birgitta of Sweden, Volume 4. The Heavenly Emperor's Book to Kings, The Rule, and Minor Works.

Translated by Denis Searby and Edited by Bridget Morris. Description. Birgitta of Sweden (, canonized ) was one of the most charismatic and influential female visionaries of the later Middle Ages. She had about visions, which she wrote down in four large volumes (divided into eight books) totalling pages, entitled Liber Caelestis (Celestial Revelations).

Her descriptions of her revelations are considered to be the main literary work of the Swedish Middle Ages. Unn Falkeid believes St. Birgitta’s history is unique.The Translation of the Works of St. Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernaculars, Medieval Translator, vii, Turnhout: Brepols, [Munich, Sale Catalogue].

Bibliothek des Ehemaligen Carthäuser-klosters und gräflich Waldbott-Bassenheimischen Schlosses Buxheim, Munich, C. Förster, 20 September Nyberg, Tore.The Translation of the Works of St Birgitta of Sweden into the Medieval European Vernacular: TMT 7 € 65, Voaden et al.

The Theory and Practice of Translation in the Middle Ages: TMT 8 € 60, Cré: Vernacular Mysticism in the Charterhouse: TMT 9 € 65, Jenkins et al. The Medieval Translator. Traduire au Moyen Age.