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The Dialogue on Miracles, Volume 2

Caesarius of Heisterbach; Translated by Ronald Pepin

The Dialogue on Miracles, Volume 2
The Dialogue on Miracles, Volume 2

eISBN: 9780879071295, CF090E

Details: 472 pgs,
Publication Date: 08/07/2023
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Caesarius was a monk at the Cistercian monastery of Heisterbach in Germany, where he served as Master of novices. For their instruction and edification, he composed his lengthy Dialogue on Miracles in twelve sections between 1219 and 1223. The many surviving manuscripts of this and other works by Caesarius attest to his stature in the history of Cistercian letters.

This second volume contains sections seven through twelve of Caesarius of Heisterbach’s Dialogue on Miracles, the first complete translation into English of an influential representation of exempla literature from the Middle Ages. Caesarius’s stories provide a splendid index to monastic life, religious practices, and daily life in a tumultuous time.

Ronald E. Pepin received his PhD from Fordham University. In addition to The Lives of Monastic Reformers, 1 and 2 (in collaboration with Hugh Feiss and Maureen O'Brien), his published translations include The Vatican Mythographers (Fordham, 2008), Anselm & Becket (PIMS, 2009), and Sextus Amarcius: Satires (DOML: Harvard, 2011).

eISBN: 9780879071295, CF090E

Details: 472 pgs,
Publication Date: 08/07/2023
Cistercian Publications