Julian of Norwich and the Muttering FiendSpellmire, Adam M.
Scholars often describe Julian of Norwich as serene, but Julian's confrontation with an incoherent fiend suggests that she shares her contemporaries' anxieties about the world's indecipherability.
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- Tufts Published Scholarship
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- Julian, of Norwich, 1343- --Revelations of divine love.
- Julian, of Norwich, 1343---Criticism and interpretation.
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- “Julian of Norwich and the Muttering Fiend.” Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures 43.1 (2017), 58-76.