Szent Ferenc és a szent költészet

Erdélyi Zsuzsanna: Szent Ferenc és a szent költészet. In: A szenttisztelet történeti rétegei és formái Magyarországon és Közép-Európában : a magyar szentek tisztelete, (8). pp. 207-221. (2001)

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The short paper deals with the figure of St. Francis and his universal influence. It describes the movements in the Italian literature before St. Francis and the development of the Franciscan spirituality. It speaks about the revolutionary innovation in the religious life and the sacred literature connected to it, the view focused to mankind of folk religion, the free movements of indivudual religious experiances and the free expression forms of them. The figur of St. Francis hardly occurs in the sacred tradition. It can be found in some so called officium songs of official church song books. His influence can be shown the more in verbal forms of ardent religiosity effected by him, especially in the Passion epic and Lamenations of Mary and in the so called archaic folk prayers which keep these genres alive into our days. All these can be seen not only in the Hungarian tradition but in archaic prayers dealing with the death of Christ and M arian songs, European-wide.

Item Type: Book Section
Other title: Saint Francis and the sacred poesy
Journal or Publication Title: A szenttisztelet történeti rétegei és formái Magyarországon és Közép-Európában : a magyar szentek tisztelete
Date: 2001
Volume: 8
ISSN: 1419-1288
ISBN: 963 482 402 1
Page Range: pp. 207-221
Series Name: Szegedi vallási néprajzi könyvtár
Language: Hungarian, English
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Szentek tisztelete - Magyarország, Vallási kultusz - Közép-Európa, Népi vallásosság - magyar, Ferenc - Assisi - Szent
Additional Information: Bibliogr.: p. 218-221. ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Subjects: 06. Humanities
06. Humanities > 06.02. Languages and Literature
06. Humanities > 06.03. Philosophy, ethics and religion
Date Deposited: 2020. Sep. 02. 11:04
Last Modified: 2022. Feb. 01. 08:18

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