2 edition of German legends of the hairy anchorite found in the catalog.
German legends of the hairy anchorite
Charles Allyn Williams
|Other titles||La vie de saint Jehan Paulus., The hairy anchorite.|
|Statement||by Charles Allyn Williams; with two old French texts of La vie de saint Jehan Paulus, edited by Louis Allen.|
|Series||[Illinois. University] Illinois studies in language and literature., vol. XVIII, no. 1-2|
|LC Classifications||PT941.H3 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||35027993|
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Williams. It is accompanied by four texts of the German legends of the hairy anchorite book two of these, the Crisostimo Meisterlied and the story from the Viaticum narrationum, are here printed for the first time; the German prose version is reprinted from the first edition of Der heiligen leben, and Hermann Korner's narrative is taken from his last revision of the Chronica novella."--Preface.
A number of these Christian myths are apocryphal, some transmit folk tales and romances, such as the legend of the hairy anchorite (St John Chrysostom), the search for the highest king (St Christopher), the tale of German legends of the hairy anchorite book grateful lion (St Jerome), the tale of the dragon-slayer (St George), and the story of the holy sinner (Gregorius peccator).
Oriental affinities of the legend of the hairy German legends of the hairy anchorite book the theme of the hairy solitary in its early forms with reference Die lügend von Sanct Johanne Chrysostomo (reprinted by Luther, ) and to other European variants (Book, )  Get this from a library.
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One common notion was that of the hairy anchorite, a strange variety of Bigfoot-like saint. Ancient Christian traditions held that hermit saints were often to be found in the most remote and barren deserts. In the legend of St. Macarius, the monks do not in fact find the place where earth and sky touch.
In Les mondes imaginaires Flammarion recounts another story: This fact reminds us of the tale which Le Vayer recounts in his Letters. It appears that an anchorite, probably a relative of the Desert Fathers of the East.
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