Three Pseudo-Bernardine Works

Three Pseudo-Bernardine Works

During the “Silver Age” of the Cistercians (the late twelfth and thirteenth centuries), pseudepigraphical compositions bearing the name Bernard flourished. Important for the history of monasticism and, more broadly, of Christian spiritual formation and practice, these little-studied writings interpret, appropriate, transform, and apply Saint Bernard of Clairvaux’s authentic works, transmitting them to new audiences.

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Publisher: Cistercian Publications (March 22, 2018)

Collection: Cistercian Studies

Page count: 176 pages

Language: English


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