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Little plays of St. Francis

Laurence Housman

Little plays of St. Francis

a dramatic cycle from the life and legend of St. Francis of Assisi : first ser.

by Laurence Housman

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Published by Sidgwick in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Francis, -- of Assisi, Saint, -- 1182-1226.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith a preface by H. Granville-Barker.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18205559M


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The Little Flowers of St. Francis (Italian Fioretti di San Francesco) is a florilegium (excerpts of his body of work), divided into 53 short chapters, on the life of Saint Francis of Assisi which was composed at the end of the 14th century.

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A Little Book of St. Francis and His Brethren presents with superlative charm the great simplicities and eternal verities in the life of St Francis. The author EM Wilmot Buxton is already well known for valuable work in making vivid the lives God's heroes. The Little Book will be found delightful by both children and adults.

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The anonymous Italian text, almost certainly by a Tuscan author, is a version of the Latin Actus beati Francisci et sociorum eius, of which the. Brother Francis, look at the field over there. It is filled with all kinds of birds. Storyteller: Storyteller: Francis walked to the field. The birds did not fly away.

Instead, they gathered around him. Francis knelt down and began to preach to them. Brother Francis: My little ones, God made you and cares for you. You need not plant because he. This book is a first edition printed in by Sidgwick and Jackson Ltd.

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Francis and La Vita di Frate Ginepro (The Life of Brother Juniper), both of which relate the life and work of St Directed by: Roberto Rossellini. Saint Francis was 44 years old when he died in During his brief life, he experienced and In Doubleday published through Image Books “The Little Flowers of Saint Francis.” This book is an English translation by Raphael Brown of a Latin text written in the 14th century by Brother Ugolino di Monte Santa Maria.4/5.

The little flowers of St. Francis of Assisi In this book are contained certain little flowers, miracles, and devout examples of that glorious poor follower of Christ, Saint Francis, and of certain of his holy companions.

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