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Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing discusses the role of sexuality in medieval devotional practice, looking in particular at religious writings circulating in England in the tenth to thirteenth centuries. LARA FARINA is an Assistant Professor of English at West Virginia University, USA, where she teaches courses on medieval literature and culture, the history of sexuality, and materialist approaches to literature. Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing should become regular reading for scholars of any of the fields it touches upon, and we can only anticipate with delight further studies from Dr. Farina.

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Scientific and Religious Universes of Discourse. Ian Johnson, The Middle English Life of Christ: Academic Discourse, Translation, and Vernacular Theology. Bruce B. Wavell - 1982 - Zygon 17 (4):327-342. Erotic Mythology (. Breitenberger Aphrodite and Eros. The Development of Erotic Mythology in Early Greek Poetry and Cult. Turnhout: Brepols, 2013.

Published: Cambridge University Press 01-01-2009.

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Religious Discourse, historical and biographical approach . The article deals with the genre fundamentals of Christian religious discourse. Early Modern Women's Writing, Religious Discourse

Religious Discourse, historical and biographical approach, moral and philosophical approach. Religious texts have been selected and analyzed. An attempt has been made to create the classification of biblical, church, l and religious-popular genres of Christian discourse. The results show that the genre paradigm of Christian religious discourse is an extremely colourful linguistic palette. Early Modern Women's Writing, Religious Discourse, Historical Stylistics

Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing discusses the role of sexuality in medieval devotional practice, looking in particular at religious writings circulating in England in the tenth to thirteenth centuries.

Complete Chicago Package. Claire M. Waters, "Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing. Lara Farina," Speculum 84, no. 1 (Ja. 2009): 143-145.

from book Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing (p. 5-33). In his Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer repeats the obscene sexual verb swyven-the Middle English equivalent of the Modern English fuck-a total of seven times. Before Affection: Christ I and the Social Erotic. Article · January 2006. Even while using the most explicit vernacular term for intercourse more times than any other medieval English writer, he nevertheless restricts the taboo word's speakers to characters and narrators who are male laymen.

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