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More than this, 'when God visits a creature with tears of contrition, devotion or compassion, the creature must and should believe that the Holy Spirit is in his soul'. It can hardly be fortuitous that Margery's reporting here of Julian's words, '... be grace bat God put in hir sowle of compunccyon, contricyon, swetnesse and deuocyn, compassyon wyth holy meditacyon .. ,' 84 repeats so closely the language of the first chapter of The Chastising of God's Children (where the author interpolates into his translation of Suso's Horologium sapientiae the following phrases from Bonaventure's Evangelii sancti Lucae expositio in cap.
Present indicative Pi: -e ( s i x ) , -es ( i 3 X ) , -ys ( 5 X ) , -eth ( i x ) , zero (5*); Present participle: -ande ( i x ) , otherwise -ynge. 9. chirche. 11. sche. 32 INTRODUCTION Here also we have a Northern and non-Northern mixture, but of very different proportions. OE a is more often represented by ME 5, in 'to be' the OE beo- stem is not represented in the infinitive only, scho, kyrke and til are not found, in the present indicative plural there are many more -e and zero than -es, -ys forms, and there is one sporadic -ande present participle to compare with the one -ynge form in Julian.
31), and it — and, consequently, S2 — are marred throughout by the persistent omission of words and phrases which the scribe — or his copy — had deemed superfluous to the sense, but which destroys Julian's rhetorical Figures, which are integral to her thought. Accordingly, this critical edition has been based on P; and in presenting it, the editors have perforce been guided by a conservative policy. One of the chief difFiculties offered by P is its orthography, which is eccentric and erratic. Partly, this seems to have been because of a desire to make the Finished product appear as 'mediaeval' as possible, but, IV LONG TEXT WITNESSES 27 even more, because of uncertainty as to how English of any epoch should be written.
A book of showings to the anchoress Julian of Norwich by of Norwich Julian;Edmund Colledge;James Walsh