A Scholastic Miscellany: Anselm to Ockham (Library of by Eugene R. Fairweather

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Little, Guide to Franciscan Studies (London, 1920). For the Dominicans, see R. F. Bennett, The Early Dominicans: Studies in Thirteenth-Century Dominican History (University Press, Cambridge, 1937); P. Mandonnet, St. Dominic and His Work (Herder, St. Louis, 1945). P. Pourrat, Christian Spirituality, Vol. II (London, 1924), is a good introduction to the spiritual life of medieval Christendom. A. Wilmart, Auteurs spirituels et textes devots du moyen age (Bloud et Gay, Paris, 1932), contains a number of important texts.

E. , Cambridge, 1921,) I, 517-678, gives a good summary of medieval knowledge of classical literature. H. , Constable, London, 1932), contains a picturesque account of some of the earlier medieval humanists. An interesting selection of texts in translation will be found in J. B. Ross and M. M. ), The Portable Medieval Reader (Viking Press, New York, 1949). A representative anthology of Latin poetry is given in S. Gaselee, The Oxford Book of Medieval Latin Verse (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1937). Good verse translations, as well as texts, will be found in H.

Feine, Kirchliche Rechtsgeschichte, Vol. I: Die katholische Kirche (Bohlaus, Weimar, 1950); J . T. McNeill and H. M. Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance (Columbia University Press, New York, 1938). MEDIEVAL CULTURE A valuable introduction to medieval literature and other aspects of culture will be found in K. Vossler, Mediaeval Culture: An Introduction to Dante and His Times, 2 vols. (Harcourt, Brace, New York, 1929). For the history of the various vernacular literatures of the Middle Ages, the following may be consulted: W.

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