The Literal Sense and the Gospel of John in Late-medieval Commentary and Literature

Voorkant
Psychology Press, 2002 - 207 pagina's
This book deals with medieval literary criticism of the Bible; it centers on the paradoxical interdependence of the literal and spiritual senses through examination of Nicholas of Lyra's literal commentary.
 

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Introduction
1
Nicholas of Lyra and the Narrative of Johns
17
The Narrative Quality of the Gospels
25
Gospel Structure and Literal Meaning
31
the Samaritan Woman
41
Narrative Control and History
47
the Woman Taken in Adultery
57
the Pool
63
Peter Comestor Eden and the Tree of Life
95
Allegories
101
The Legend of the Cross
106
The Four Daughters of God the Last Judgment
137
The Meditationes vitae Christi and Apocrypha
145
The Mixed Mode of Piers Plowman
153
Notes
161
Bibliography
195

Incarnate Meaning and the Legend of the Cross
70
The Cursor Mundi Narrative and Sacred History
85

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