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Les « Vies » de saint François d'Assise Agrandir l'image Les « Vies » de saint François d'Assise
Vie du bienheureux François, Légende de chœur, Légende ombrienne, Mémorial dans le désir de l'âme

Par Thomas de Celano

Introduction par Jacques Dalarun — Traduction par Dominique Poirel et Jacques Dalarun — Révision par Jacques Dalarun, Jean-François Godet-Calogeras, Jean-Baptiste Lebigue et Dominique Poirel — Concordances et index par Jeanne Poirel — Ouvrage publié avec le concours du Centre national du Livre

Paru en : Mars 2009

58,00 € - 848 pages

Collection « Sources Franciscaines »

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Among the numerous biographers of St. Francis of Assisi, Thomas de Celano holds a special place. Firstly, because he is the author of the first ‘legends’. But also because he is the only one to have produced so many versions of Francis’s Life, the only one to have devoted almost twenty-five years of his own life setting down that of his spiritual father. During that quarter of a century, Brother Thomas constantly reworked his own writings, sometimes almost retracting what he had written before. He concluded his meditation and labour with a poignant parable on the difficulty of fully understanding others and remaining faithful to their memory. In the ‘Sources franciscaines’ collection, we thought it essential to offer, in French, for the first time, the whole corpus of the Franciscan legends we owe to Thomas de Celano: the ‘Vita prima’ and the ‘Vita secunda’ of course, in newly worked translations, but also the ‘Legend of the Heart’ never before translated into French, the ‘Umbrian Choir Legend’ which has only recently been reconstituted, and the ‘Treatise on the Miracles’ of which, until now, only excerpts had been translated.

A biographer with a care for fact - and in this respect, the first historian of St. Francis Assisi - Thomas de Celano is incontestably a narrator and an exegete. This perfect stylist uses breaks in style to recount a history of rupture: that of a conversion from the unexpected to the unhoped-for. The introduction, the annotations, the sequences and the index are designed to maximise the keys to understanding and permit each reader to go back to the Franciscan sources and rediscover Francis of Assisi in the nakedness and simplicity he preferred.

Collaborations :  Jacques Dalarun -  Jean-François Godet -  Jean-Baptiste Lebigue -  Dominique Poirel -  Jeanne Poirel

Dimensions : 215 x 145 x 40  - Poids : 1080 grammes
Coéditeur : Les Éditions Franciscaines
ISBN : 978-2-204-08697-4 - SODIS : 8283427 - EAN : 9782204086974
Geneviève de Gaulle Anthonioz
1 - Geneviève de Gaulle Anthonioz
Frédérique Neau-Dufour

23,00 €
Marie-Joseph Lagrange
2 - Marie-Joseph Lagrange
Bernard Montagnes

56,00 €
Bartolomé de Las Casas
3 - Bartolomé de Las Casas
Alvaro Huerga

62,00 €

 

 
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