5 edition of Handlyng synne found in the catalog.
The base text, Bodley Ms. 415 with annotations from 8 other mss., is an adaptation in part of Manuel des pechiez, usually ascribed to William de Wadington.
|Statement||Robert Mannyng of Brunne ; edited by Idelle Sullens.|
|Series||Medieval & Renaissance texts & studies ;, v. 14, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series) ;, v. 14.|
|Contributions||Sullens, Idelle., William, de Wadington, 13th cent.|
|LC Classifications||PR2056 .A65 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvi, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||82014178|
Title: Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng Synne", A. D. , Early English Text Society (Series).: Original series Issue of Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng Synne," A. D. , with Those Parts of the Anglo-French Treatise on which it was Founded, William of Wadington's "Manuel Des Pechiez," Reedited from Mss. in the British Museum and Bodleian Libraries, by Frederick J. Furnivall, Frederick James. Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng synne," A.D. , with those parts of the Anglo-French treaties on which it was founded, William of Wadington's "Manuel des pechiez, " Author: Robert Mannyng ; William, de Wadington ; Frederick James Furnivall.
Robert Mannyng of Brunne's Handlyng Synne (ca. ) 1 is a compendium of sixty-six colorful exempla: ghost stories, miracle tales, saints' legends, and other accounts of intrusions of the supernatural into everyday life. Mannyng translated the Anglo-French poem Manuel des Pechiez 2 for priests to use in order to entertain and educate their lay listeners, whom Mannyng characterizes as lovers. Ellen K. Rentz pairs nuanced readings of works such as Piers Plowman, Handlyng Synne, and the Prick of Conscience with careful analysis of contemporary sermons, spiritual handbooks, and liturgical texts as well as a wide range of visual sources, including wall paintings and stained glass.
Pastoral Care, the religious mission of the Church to minister to the laity and care for their spiritual welfare, has been a subject of growing interest in medieval studies. This volume breaks new ground with its broad chronological scope (from the early eleventh to the late fifteenth centuries), and its interdisciplinary breadth. New and established scholars from a range of disciplines. Handlyng Synne, a poem of nea lines, is a free translation, with many additions and amplifications, from William of Waddington's Manuel des Pechiez. It is a series of metrical homilies on the Ten Commandments, the Seven Deadly Sins and the Seven Sacraments, illustrated by a number of amusing stories from various
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Handlyng Synne [Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Handlyng SynneAuthor: Robert. Summary Consists of full versions of Mannyng's poem Handlyng synne (leaves v) and Mannyng's translation into English of Meditationes vitae Christi, or, Meditations on the supper of our lord and the hours of the passion, sometimes attributed to Cardinal Bonavenura (leaves 84vv).
Handlyng Synne by Robert Manning of Brunne is a Middle English verse devotional work, intended for the use of both learned and unlearned men, dealing with the theory and practice of morality, and illustrating this doctrine with stories drawn from ordinary life.
It was begun in the year [Handlyng synne] The book called Handelyng off synne, [manuscript], copy of ca. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mannyng, Robert, active Handlyng synne. Binghamton, N.Y.: Medieval.
Felony and the Guilty Mind in Medieval England - by Elizabeth Papp Kamali August Robert of Brunne’s Handlyng Synne, A.D. ; with those parts of the Anglo-French Treatise on which Handlyng synne book was founded, William of Wadington’s Manuel des Pechiez, Part I.
Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng synne": A.D.with those parts of the Anglo-French treatise on which it was founded, William of Wadington's "Manuel des pechiez" by Mannyng, Robert, fl. ; Furnivall, Frederick James, ; William, de Wadington, 13th cent.
The title Handlyng Synne and Mannyng's own statement that his book con-cerns 'al that toucheth dedly synne'8 suggest that the work might be conveniently regarded as a treatise on sin related in some way to the many other treatises on the subject produced during the Middle Ages.
Assertions that Handlyng Synne is. Roberd of Brunne's "Handlyng Synne." [Harl. ; Bodl. [The Readings in the English notes are from Bodl. (generally named O.) except when markt Harl. for Harl. or D. for Dulwich ] Here bygynneþ þe boke þat men clepyn yn frenshe Manuele pecche, þe whych boke made yn frenshe, Roberd Gros-test, Bysshop of Lyncolne.
Robert of Brunne's Handlyng Synne, A.D. With Those Parts of the Anglo-French Treatise on Which It was Founded, William of Wadington's Manuel des Pechiez. Part 1 [Robert Mannyng; of Brunne; William de Wadington] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Robert of Brunne's Handlyng Synne, A.D. With Those Parts of the Anglo-French Treatise on Which It Author: Robert Mannyng; of Brunne; William de Wadington.
Page [a] Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng Synne,": A.D.WITH THOSE PARTS OF THE ANGLO-FRENCH TREATISE ON WHICH IT WAS FOUNDED, William of Wadington's "Manuel des Pechiez,". Published inthis book provides an English and French version of the text by Robert Manning of Brunne. Handlyng Synne was adapted from an.
Books Book Details Robert of Brunne's Handlyng Synne, A.D. ; with those parts of the Anglo-French Treatise on which it was founded, William of Wadington's Manuel des Pechiez, Part I. Frederick James Furnivall was an English philologist.
He one of the co-creators of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) He founded a number of learned societies on early English Literature, and made pioneering and massive editorial contributions to the subject, of which the most notable was his parallel text edition of the Canterbury Tales.
He was one of the founders of and teachers at the Pages: Handlyng Synne, begun in by Robert Mannyng of Brunne, is a 12,line guide for lay confessions, a translation, adaptation, and expansion of the Anglo-Norman Manuel des peches, in octosyllabic couplets like its source.
Aimed both at lay audiences. Published inthis book provides an English and French version of the text by Robert Manning of Brunne.
Handlyng Synne was adapted from an Anglo-Norman work attributed to William of Waddington, the Manuel de Pechiez. It consists of more t lines of verse, arranged in.
Contents. Acknowledgments. Introduction Eucharistic Poetics and Christian Community. Chapter 1 Resisting the Fantasy of Identification in Robert Mannyng’s Handlyng Synne.
Chapter 2 Devotional Submission and the Pearl-Poet. Chapter 3 Christ’s Allegorical Bodies and the Failure of Community in Piers Plowman. Chapter 4 Julian of Norwich’s Allegory and the Mediation of Salvation. Handlyng Synne | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. Get FREE SHIPPING Every Day, Every Order. This chapter contributes to a history of the human handling of books by considering the instructive and affective qualities of an early fourteenth-century confessor’s manual, Robert Mannyng’s Handlyng Synne.
It discusses both Mannyng’s directions for the user and his use of exempla, comparing the latter to ‘experiment anecdotes’ in present-day writings in affect theory, such as those. Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng synne" A.D.with those parts of the Anglo-French treatise on which it was founded, William of Wadington's "Manuel des pechiez" by Robert Mannyng.
0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have readCited by: 5.by Mannyng of Brunne, written in rough octosyllabics and begun in It is based on the French.
(7) Because Handlyng Synne teaches the basic elements of faith, illustrated with engaging exempla, it has been assumed that Mannyng was an instructor of the novices.
(8) Many scholars declare that Mannyng wrote his book to be read by or to these novices, to the priory's conversi (lay brothers), or to both.