Jacob's Well: An English Treatise on the Cleansing of Man's Conscience, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Jacob's Well

An English Treatise on the Cleansing of Man's Conscience, 1st Edition

By Arthur Dr Brandels

Routledge

314 pages

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First published in 1900, this volume was edited from a unique 1440 A.D. manuscript residing in Salisbury Cathedral. As a penitential manual, it joined others of its time such as Handlyng Synne and Parson’s Tale and is one of the more voluminous treatises. The fundamental allegory of this Middle-English text is of the well of mire representing the sins of humanity and how it may be cleaned to become a fit receptacle of Grace as we may also cleanse ourselves and our consciences. This volume consists of a modest introduction followed by the Middle-English text Jacob’s Well along with glosses.

Table of Contents

1. Preface. 2. Jacob’s Well.

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