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The cell of self-knowledge: seven early English mystical treatises printed by Henry Pepwell in 1521

Author: Henry Pepwell; Edmund G Gardner
Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus; New York, Duffield & Co., 1910.
Series: New medieval library.
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Cell of self-knowledge.
London, Chatto & Windus; New York, Duffield & Co., 1910
(OCoLC)636138172
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Pepwell; Edmund G Gardner
OCLC Number: 4690491
Notes: Added t.p. within ornamental border.
Description: xxvii, 134, [2] pages frontispiece 17 cm.
Contents: I.A very devout treatise, named Benjamin, of the mights and virtues of a man's soul, and of the way to true contemplation, comp. by ... Richard of Saint Victor. --
II. Divers doctrines devout and fruitful, taken out of the life of that glorious virgin and spouse of Our Lord, Saint Katherin of Seenes. --
III. A short treatise of contemplation taught by Our Lord Jesus Christ, or taken out of the book of Margery Kempe, ancress of Lynn. --
IV. A devout treatise, comp. by Master Walter Hylton, of the song of angels. --
V.A devout treatise called the Epistle of prayer. --
VI. A very necessary epistle of discretion in stirrings of the soul. --
VII. A devout treatise of discerning of spirits, very necessary for ghostly livers.
Series Title: New medieval library.
Responsibility: ed. with an introduction and notes by Edmund G. Gardner, M.A.

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