By Joan Borysenko
Joan Borysenko explores the ways that mysticism can input into your existence. You don't need to climb a mountain or trek via Nepal to adventure a magical second; what you do need to research is to be absolutely found in your lifestyle and to open up the extreme within the mundane. This publication teaches readers easy methods to do that of their lives.
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Appears for þt, although the word is often written out in full. 2. A macron over a vowel is used to represent a following nasal. , þonne. þon for þonne is used heavily in both versions of the poem compared to surrounding texts. 3. 105; cf. 86). Page 5 Punctuation and Small Capitals Small capitals and punctuation occur sporadically throughout both versions. The punctuation of E is limited to the point except, as might be expected, at the end of the poem where : 7 is used. In V the predominant mark is also the point.
2(a) below. , drinces E41, hige V154, beside drynces V41, V143. ryht E97, with apparent eWS /y*/ is very common in The Exeter Book (37 occurrences) compared to the later riht (2 times): the earlier form must have been favoured by the scribe. , fyrnað V102, beside firenaþ E102, gyfl V22, beside gifl E22 (also giefl), þysses V167. (d) syl is written for earlier sel (OEG §325) in sylfa 2, sylfe V163, and probably sylfor E58, beside seolfor V58. 5) The following features are either less certainly late or less certainly WS than those listed above.
Because of the near-canonical status of the ASPR with its manuscript format, and the resulting double appearance of Soul and Body, it is often unclear, on the face of it, whether one is dealing with two versions of one work or two separate poems. , V and E, are separate in the same way that Homiletic Fragment I and II are. , Smetana (1967), Ferguson (1970), Frantzen (1982). The present edition adopts the format used by Wülker and Orton and presents facing page texts of E and V. However, the version of E is a critical edition based on that text.
7 Paths to God: The Ways of the Mystic by Joan Borysenko