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Love Interpretation in The Sun Rising and The Canonization - What pops into your mind when you hear the word love. When people hear the word love many people think of romantic love. The word love has many other interpretations such as loving your neighbor, loving of one’s nation, and loving of God. People need to avoid thinking about something as important as love so superficially. Both John Donne’s “The Canonization” and “The Sun Rising” use metaphors to deal with whether the nature of love and whether it is really mysterious. While Donne’s “The Sun Rising” focuses on romantic love, his poem “The Canonization” delves into the many facets of love beyond the mere romantic such as being consumed by love, dying by it, and being reborn through love....   [tags: love, loving, poetry, canonization] 1056 words
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Divine Love in The Canonization - Divine Love in The Canonization Describing the complexities of love, Pascal states that "the heart has reasons which reason knows nothing of" (qtd. in Bartlett 270). Similarly, in "The Canonization" by John Donne, the speaker argues that his unique love obtains reasons beyond the knowledge of the common man. The speaker relates his love to the canonization of saints. Therefore, he implies that his love is a divine love. In "The Canonization," the speaker conveys a love deserving of admiration and worthy of sainthood....   [tags: Canonization Essays] 903 words
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Analysis of Language in "The Canonization" by John Donne - In The Canonization by John Donne, the speaker uses spiritual expressions, such as mysterious (27), hymn (35), canonized (36), reverend (37), and hermitage (38). All of these words share a religious connotation. With using these words when talking about love the speaker implies that love is similar to a love with God, and that love is spiritual. Mysterious is a religious truth that one cannot fully understand, and only known by revelation. If we apply this definition to love we can interpret it as though love is something unknown, unless you have ever been in love to experience it personally....   [tags: Poetry Analysis] 276 words
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Pope John Paul II as a Candidate for Canonization - The question of whether or not that Pope John Paul II should be canonized can be answered by a review of his teachings and his actions throughout his life. There are countless details and reasons which illustrate that Pope John Paul II is a probable and anticipated candidate for canonization. John Paul has practiced heroic virtue, lived in fidelity to god’s grace, and is believed to carry the Holy Spirit inside him. These reasons will be supported by linking his life on earth with a canonization excerpt from the Catechism....   [tags: essays research papers] 650 words
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Saint Patrick and St Patrick's Day - ... If they only have one miracle they will be named blessed, just like Blessed Edmund Rice. When they get two miracles and they will in fact become a recognized saint in the Catholic Church. Part 2: St. Patrick Saint Patrick is one of the most well known saints in the Catholic Church. Along with the two saints, St. Nicholas and St. Valentine, St. Patrick has a worldwide day that shares the love for them, St. Patrick’s Day. He was born in Scotland between 386-388. He had a mom and dad, Calpurnius and Conchessa....   [tags: History, Canonization, Catholicism] 549 words
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Beowulf: The Canonization of Anglo-Saxon Literature into Modern Popular Culture - The cover of the November, 1975 comic book "Beowulf: Dragon Slayer" features a red-haired, horn-helmeted Beowulf swinging a large broadsword at a purple-caped villain also bearing two razor-sharp swords. As Beowulf rears up on his steed, a bikini clad woman, cloth slightly aside to reveal the shadow of a buttock is drawn falling, face filled with terror. In the background, a rising full moon and silhouetted gothic castle keenly set an atmosphere of dread and foreboding. Above the emboldened title of the comic book reads in smaller letters, "Beowulf: First and Greatest Hero of Them All!" Text in the bottom-left corner gives the juicy hook for this edition: "Beowulf Meets Dracula." Despite o...   [tags: Epic of Beowulf Essays] 771 words
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Love in Molière's play, Tartuffe, John Donne’s Canonization, and Crashaw's On the Wounds of Our Cru - Love in Molière's play, Tartuffe, John Donne’s Canonization, and Crashaw's On the Wounds of Our Crucified Lord Other than being examples of some of the best literature of the seventeenth century, the three works listed in the title of this essay don't seem to fit very well together. Or do they maybe after all. Creativity consists of connecting things that don't always seem to be related. All three of these works of literature deal with the various aspects of love--both human and divine. Earlier this semester I read about the Italian poet, Petrarch, whose sonnets followed certain romantic conventions as he recounted his unrequited love for Laura....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays] 2354 words
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Language Analysis of "The Canonization" by John Donne - Voltaire's Candide captures the extremes of human suffering, providing a disparaging account of what many of us would deem an unbearable cross to carry. While the author's message was not to glorify his characters for their resilience, the reader will clearly feel humbled after learning of the intense suffering that Candide and friends endure. In particular, it is the story of the old woman, who perhaps best explains the spirit of the characters, when she says 'A hundred times I wanted to kill myself, but I always loved life more.' Considering that she has been raped repeatedly and essentially gone from riches to rags, her passion for life should remain unquestioned....   [tags: European Literature] 276 words
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Donnes Persuasion of Love - John Donne, a famous poet in the 17th century, was well known for writing love poems. In his early years, Donne was a Catholic Priest who in his later converted to church of England and became an Anglican Priest. During this period, he wrote poems that reflected his religious views and his love for his wife Ann. In one of his poems, John Donne uses the word Canonization to confuse his readers to believing that the poem is about religious views. However, he actually uses the word ‘Canonization’ to talk about love tribulations....   [tags: John Donne, Poetic Analysis, Poet]
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Saint Kateri Tekakwitha - St. Kateri Tekakwitha, who is also known as “Lily of the Mohawks”, “Genevieve of New France”, and “Pocahontas of the Catholic Church”, was born approximately in the year 1656 near Auriesville, New York, into the Mohawk tribe of the Iroquois Confederacy. Due to her being born such a long time ago, some details about her early life are uncertain. Her father was a mighty and well-respected Mohawk warrior, and some even suspect that he was chief of the tribe. Tekakwitha’s mother’s background is almost completely unknown....   [tags: catholic, native american, Lily of the Mohawks]
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Saint Alphonsa Muttahupadathu - ... I prayed all that night... then an idea came to me. If my body were a little disfigured no one would want me. ... O, how I suffered. I offered all for my great intention.” Even after this horrific incident, some suitors were interested in Alphonsa. She describes this experience in a few brief sentences “O, the vocation which I received. A gift of my good God!.... God saw the pain of my soul in those days. God distanced the difficulties and established me in this religious state". St. Alphonsa was a dedicated Catholic and eventually became the first saint of India....   [tags: saint project, Travancore, India]
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The Foundation of Orthodoxy and the Canon - ... Therefore, canons do not generate communities but communities develop canons for identity and to govern their beliefs and values. Notably, ideologies manifested in canonized texts do not appear in the individual text themselves but in ways through which these texts are put beside each other, juxtaposed with non-canonical texts, and embedded in the interpretive practice of the believing community. The understanding and interpretation of canonized texts and canonical books are considered as acts of choice or free-will....   [tags: early Christian church] 1434 words
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Fast Track To Being A Saint - Fast Track To Being A Saint There is no waiting list to become a saint. Instant access, like the internet, is now available if one can prove a few miracles and get enough people to rally in ones' behalf to become a saint in less than a few years. On May 9, 2005, Pope Benedict read a letter in which "he asked the head of the Vatican Congregation, for the causes of saints, Cardinal Jose Saraiva Martins, to waive the five-year waiting period between the time of a person's death and when the process for beatification, a key step toward sainthood, can begin (Fisher and Goodstein1)....   [tags: Pope John Paul Saint] 1719 words
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Reality: A Matter of Perception - ... In fact, they are often said to give off a beautiful fragrance (Ficocelli 31). The first historical figure with the marks of stigmata attributed to him was St. Francis of Assisi, in 1224. While in a deep state of prayer he had a vision of a six-winged angel that was nailed to a cross. The face of the angel was that of Jesus. In his joy, Francis felt himself be pierced in the hands, feet and side. As he cried out in pain, his travel companions examined his wounds and witnessed actual nails in his hands and feet that had distinct nail heads and protruded through each body part, with a the points of the nails bent so they couldn’t be removed....   [tags: miracles in the Catholic faith]
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Background to the Quran - THE QURAN Background The Quran is a highly revered book in Islam. It is not only valued for its contents, but also more essentially for its status as Revelation. For this reason it is not a common practice among Muslims to make any significant reference to the history of the Quran. More appropriately, they make reference to the history of the Revelation of the Quran . According to the Islamic story, Allah revealed the entire Quran to Muhammad in the Night of Majesty. Afterwards, it then descended to the prophet Muhammad in stages over a period of 23 years....   [tags: Islam ]
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Social Context in the Poetry of John Donne - Social Context in the Poetry of John Donne Contemporary literary theory has thoroughly debunked the traditional view of the artist as a divinely inspired, completely original and creative individual. This view has been replaced with the more apt view of the author as a product of his or her environment and the existing discourses of the society in which he or she lives. In this new attitude toward the writer as a product of society, the author is considered, according to Dr. James E. Porter, as somewhat of a quiltmaker who takes various traces of the existing cultural intertext (the collected writing and debate of a society) and combines them in new ways to create new discourse (34)....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]
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Man’yōshū vs. Kokinshū - Man’yoshu and Kokinshuu are some of the earliest anthologies of Japanese poetry to be considered literary canons. The Man’yoshu dates back to the 8th century and contains 4,516 poems. Man’yoshu, which is translated as “Collection of Ten Thousands Leafs”, was compiled from a wide range of Japan society, where many of the authors remained anonymous. The Kokinshuu appears later in Japan’s history and is an anthology from 905 AD that contains a total of 1,111 poems. The compilers for the Kokinshuu are Ki no Tsurayuki, Ki no Tomonori, Oshikochi no Mitsune, and Mibu no Tadamine....   [tags: Japanese Literature, Poetry]
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Black Elk and Rokeya Hossain: Fiction and Non-Fiction Stories - Black Elk’s visions convey integrity, dignity, and respect for the natural world and its inhabitants. The written words are beautiful, and no less beautiful are the meanings taken from these words. In The Gift of the Sacred Pipe, we understand his reverence of life: “Every Dawn as it comes is a holy event … and all people who stand upon the earth are sacred and should be treated as such” (168). I think that Black Elk had these visions and that the content as stated is accurate and authentic. However, the writing seems to flow with a rhythmic cadence and images that are aesthetic pleasing....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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The Legacy of Mother Theresa - “Mother Teresa will be remembered for her compassionate work with the destitute, the outcast and the dying. Those who followed her work say her legacy goes much deeper than establishing one of the world's most extraordinary and extensive charitable networks”. (Ribadeneira 1) The power of Mother Teresa’s comforting touch changed the lives of many. When Mother Teresa was twelve years old, she first thought about becoming a nun. Six years later, Mother Teresa decided she wanted to pursue her dream, so she got in contact with the Sister of Loreto....   [tags: sainthood, beatification, nurturing] 516 words
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The Spherical Image as the Central Paradox in Valediction: for Weeping - The Spherical Image as the Central Paradox in Valediction: for Weeping   In John Donne's "A Valediction: for Weeping," the speaker consoles his lover before leaving on a sea voyage and begs her not to cry.  Crying, the speaker tells his lover this poem at the docks before he boards his ship going abroad.  Donne uses a spherical image as the central metaphor in his poem. When Donne uses irony, paradox, and hyperbole including the use of round images such as: coins, globes, and tears he strengthens the spherical conceit.  By comparing two "seeming" opposites like tears and love as his conceit, Donne uses the spherical image as the central paradox in "A Valediction: Of Weeping."        ...   [tags: Valediction for Weeping Essays] 1086 words
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Entice Students to Read Rather than Dictate What Students Must Read - What makes a piece of literature a classic. This is an extremely difficult and biased question to answer. One school of thought incorporates steadfast rules to qualify for the honor of being a classic, whereas another group of scholars may not be as strict in giving a literary work the title of a classic. The job of giving a novel the coveted brand of 'classic' is an important task and should not be viewed frivolously. Remarkably, a surprising few recommend what the masses should read in order to be viewed as 'well-read' in society....   [tags: Education Reform Essays]
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Oscar Romero, Liberation Theology and the Catholic Church - Oscar Romero, Liberation Theology and the Catholic Church In the post-World War II era, the globe was polarized by two idealistically divergent superpowers; the United States and the Soviet Union, two nations that strived to promote capitalism and communism, respectively, throughout the globe. Nowhere was this struggle more apparent than in developing countries with shaky political and economic backbones. Specifically, in Latin America the old, corrupt and often totalitarian regimes were threatened by grassroots liberation movements whose ideas of land reform and shaking up the status quo were often perceived as Marxism....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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The Unity Of The Mind And Body - The Unity of the Mind and Body Both Michel De Montaigne and John Donne argue that the cultivation of the mind is linked to the well being of the body. Both argue that a mind void of proper enrichment and education will lead to an unhealthy body. However, Montaigne argues that the appropriate means of 'education and enrichment'; are studying and following the works of other great thinkers of history. Additionally, Montaigne declares imagination to be the impetus for the downfall of the body. Conversely, Donne argues that a mind groomed in imagination is the proper mode of finding bodily health....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophers Essays] 1744 words
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How John Donne Showed His Love - How John Donne Showed his Love John Donne’s poetry has been both ridiculed and praised. One reason for the ridicule is due to the fact that many people believe his work is vulgar, and his discussion of sex may seem improper to some people. Even in this modern age some people may find it a bit offensive. You can imagine what people thought of it in the sixteenth century. His discussion of sex in this “disgusting'; manner is more obvious and prevalent in his early work, while he still had many female acquaintances and before he was settled down with his wife....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Religious Conversions of King Clovis I and Emperor Constantine I - ... It is written that Constantine then ordered his troops to paint the Christian symbol of the cross on their shields and due to the Christian God, they were victorious. 6 This claim is highly disputed for a number of reasons, including the supremely unchristian act of approving the execution of his own wife and son, and not being baptised until he lay on his deathbed. 7 In addition to simple inconsistencies in his behaviour, there were larger indications of his indifference. Long before he became emperor, Constantine was very aware of the spread of the Christian faith....   [tags: religion, christianity, empire, rule]
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How Critical Hermeneutics and Descriptive Sociology Disavow Traditional Humanist Categories - An examination of Humanist Hermeneutics in Literary Studies- the practice of close reading- but from a distance presents a room for relation between Literary Studies and other disciplines. Such practices lead to possibilities for renewed interdisciplinary exchange. Viewed within the framework of present day social constructionist theory or simply post- theory, the current essay Close but not Deep: Literary Ethics and the Descriptive Turn show how both Critical Hermeneutics and Descriptive Sociology disavow Traditional Humanist categories....   [tags: Humanist Hermeneutics in Literary Studies]
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Writing and Literature is the Best Way of Expressing Emotions - Writing is arguably the most fluid way of expressing emotion, thought, personality, and wit. One’s thoughts are spread to others, by simply writing them down, and expressing them. Ultimately however, it is how one defines the language that distinguishes genuine individuality of thought. Often times in literature, there is often a common literary structure including certain emotions and thought. This traditional literary structure includes common moods, styles, or emotions as a reflection of the culture of the time period....   [tags: poems, sonnets, metaphysical] 2188 words
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Approval for Use of Feminist Christian Literature from Lectern - Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing has happened. Sir Winston Churchill After much detective work and research, I have come to the conclusion that we should allow the Women’s Book group to present the readings proposed for March. I also feel that they should be allowed to read these texts from the lectern. While I do not believe that any of these readings should be labeled as scripture in the bulletin, I do believe that with the exception of the piece by Hildegard of Bingen (written probably in mid-1100) they could be labeled as ancient religious texts....   [tags: hildegard of bingen, christian texts, sirach] 1048 words
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A Brief History of the Early Modern Era - In history, the Modern Era is a time that is identify because profound changes marked the development of many cities. In the early modern era, cities grew through general economic grow throughout all Europe. The agriculture production increased as well as the production of rural commodities, which were used for trading. A new phenomenon called global trading was starting to emerge. The different European manufactures were exported to different destinations, and since “Urban economy relies in trade and manufacture the grow of these two activities favored urban growth.” Cities throughout all Europe were evolving, expanding and changing....   [tags: romanticism, progressive era, modernist art]
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Biography of St. Cecilia, and her Martyrdom - St. Cecilia was believed to be born in 2nd century Rome. She was an only child in a wealthy Roman family, was well-educated, and had been a devout Christian from early in her childhood. Cecilia had vowed her virginity to God, but she was promised in marriage to a pagan man named Valerian. She wore sackcloth, fasted, and prayed to the saints and angels hoping to keep her promise to God. On their wedding night, Cecilia informed Valerian that an angel guarded her body and that Valerian must not disrespect her vow of virginity....   [tags: Catholic Church, Pagans]
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The Power of Mother Teresa’s Charismatic Leadership - Table of content Title Page(s) Introduction 3 – 4 Methodology 4 – 5 Analysis and Discussion Likeableness 5 – 6 Relation to Status Quo 6 – 7 Future Goals 7 – 8 Articulation 8 – 9 Behavior 9 – 10 Influence 10 – 11 Conclusion 11 – 12 References 13 – 14 Introduction Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu or as we know her as Mother Teresa of Calcutta was born in Skopje in 1910 (The Vatican, n.d.)....   [tags: Mother Teresa Essays]
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St. Pio of Pietrelcina or Padre Pio - ... At age 16, he became a Capuchin novice and received the habit in 1902, this is when he got the name Pio. After 7 years of study he was granted priesthood and now was known as Padre Pio. (Padre Pio of Pietrelcina) Padre Pio led a life of great suffering. He suffered from many illnesses throughout his life, including asthmatic bronchitis and many other sicknesses. Padre Pio was actually chosen for military service in World War I, but was immediately discharged because of his poor medical condition....   [tags: priest, priesthood, suffering, worry] 589 words
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The Flea and The Sun Rising - The metaphysical era in poetry started in the 17th century when a number of poets extended the content of their poems to a more elaborate one which investigated the principles of nature and thought. John Donne was part of this literary movement and he explored the themes of love, death, and religion to such an extent, that he instilled his own beliefs and theories into his poems. His earlier works, such as The Flea and The Sunne Rising, exhibit his sexist views of women as he wrote more about the physical pleasures of being in a relationship with women....   [tags: Literary Analysis, John Donne] 1643 words
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Tracing the Notion of Japanese Myths - Tracing the notion of ‘Japanese myths’ As my thesis deals with the interpretations and commentaries on Japanese myths from Western scholars one would expect me to start with the beginnings of Mythological research in the 19th century Europe, but the more urgent topic in my opinion is the positioning of the Japanese myths at the time the first Japanologist came to the contact with them, a very complex subject reaching as far as the 8th century encompassing the story of a text, its construction, interpretation, reception as well as translation....   [tags: Interpretations, Commentaries]
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John Donne: An Influential English Poet - John Donne, one of the greatest English poets and preachers of the 1600’s, greatly impacted the writing field through his works. In the first half of 1572 (actual date is unknown) he was born in London to John Donne, a merchant, and Elizabeth Heywood Donne, the daughter of the poet and playwright John Heywood. His father died when Donne was about four years old. His younger brother, Henry, also died in John Donne’s early life. John Donne was raised in a Catholic family. Both of his parents were devout Roman Catholics....   [tags: Preacher, Poetry, Sermons]
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Literary Luminaries and English Vocabulary - ... The influence of French commenced during middle ages. Today we can perceive how numerous French words have became pulp and seed of Modern English vocabulary. Several words regarding religion, government, legal terms, medicine, military affairs were borrowed during those days and were assimilated in English vocabulary. Religious words like miracle, mercy, grace, passion, charity, sacrament, saint are direct borrowings from French vocabulary. Words regarding legal terms like- judge, jury, bail, perjury, plaintiff, plead, etc....   [tags: languages that make up English]
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Dorothy Day, Saint-Worthy? - Dorothy Day, Saint-Worthy. Almost immediately after her death in 1980 controversy arose about whether Dorothy Day should be canonized a Saint by the Church. Now that the Vatican has approved the late Cardinal John O'Connor's request to consider Dorothy Day's "cause," the controversy is being rekindled. After converting, she dedicated her life to New York's poor and immigrants, building hospitality homes that operated much like homeless shelters. Her endeavor grew into the national Catholic Worker movement, a social justice crusade conducted in revolutionary tones new to the church....   [tags: essays research papers] 941 words
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St. Clare's Biography - St. Clare's Biography CLARE, a close friend of St. Francis of Assisi, lived in the 13th Century. Her reputation was like that of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, "a saint in our midst". CLARE was born into a wealthy family, educated in the domestic arts of spinning and needle work, reading and writing. She knew about St. Francis because of his love for the poor. Francis' father was a successful cloth merchant. In 1204 Francis enlisted in Assisi's war with Perugia. After a year as a prisoner of war, his view of society and its social structures was forever altered....   [tags: Papers] 746 words
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The Trial And Death of Joan of Arc - On May 16, 1920, Pope Benedict XV conducted a ceremony at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome to canonize Joan of Arc, often referred to as the Maid of Orleans. This ceremony was the final step in a process that was begun in 1849 by the Bishop of Orleans, Felix Dupanloup, over 400 years after St. Joan’s was tried, convicted and executed in the name of the Church. A study of her heroic deeds and an intensive review of her life, virtues and the trial transcripts that condemned her to be burned at the stake, resulted first in her beatification in 1909, and finally her canonization 11 years later in 1920 (Pernoud 245)....   [tags: St Joan of Arc's Heresy Trial and Death]
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In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens: Sainthood - In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens: Sainthood To use the name of a Saint generally evokes images of holy men and women of the Catholic church, dressed in flowing robes and surrounded by an oil-painted aura. There are patron saints-those with a sort of specialized divinity-of bakers and bellmakers, orphans and pawnbrokers, soldiers and snake bites, soldiers and writers. Each is a Catholic who lived a life deemed particularly holy and was named, postmortem, by the Pope to sainthood. This construct, I find, is something of an empty set of ideas....   [tags: Search Our Mothers' Gardens] 1489 words
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Criitical Response to Baptized in Blood - Baptized in Blood: An Interpretation and Critical Response If one were to take a quick glance at the cover, with its bold Rebel cross and equally bold title, one might mistakenly think Baptized in Blood: The Religion of the Lost Cause to be the propaganda of a backwoods racist asserting that “The South will rise again.” On the contrary, Charles Reagan Wilson’s Baptized in Blood is not a book by an author seeking to glorify the mythical past of a falsely idealized Southern People. Rather, it is an account which seeks to explain historically why ideas such as these came to be in the first place....   [tags: Literature Religion South Charles Reagan Wilson]
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The Writings of John Donne - The 17th century opened with a generation of great social change which culminated in the eventual execution of King Charles I in 1649. This created an atmosphere of conflict that permeates much of the literature of the period. The writings of John Donne are rife with this conflict, reflecting in their content a view of love and women radically and cynically altered from that which preceding generations of poets had handed down. John Donne's view of love deviated greatly from the Medieval philosophy of courtly love, which had been expressed in poetry handed down from the sonnets of such poetic giants as Sidney and Petrarch....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays] 1199 words
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The Dynamics Of Political Correctness - Correctly Political: A Look into the Dynamics of Political Correctness Every American probably knows what it means to be politically correct. After all, we hear about it on the news almost every night. We have to be constantly aware of whether or not something we say or do is going to offend someone. This mode of communication is present in every aspect of our lives, from the most formal to the most informal situations. This paper will answer questions on the origin of the term ‘politically correct' and the applications of the communication pattern it refers to: who started it, who is doing it, and why....   [tags: essays research papers] 1688 words
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