7 edition of The black cloister found in the catalog.
The black cloister
Melanie B. Dobson
|Statement||by Melanie Dobson.|
|LC Classifications||PS3604.O25 B57 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008006534|
Above: Die Ernsthafte Christenpflicht (The Earnest Christian Duty) The most popular Mennonite and Amish prayer book, even today. The story of the printers of the Ephrata Cloister is a two-act play. Act One is Peter Miller and his Cloister Brotherhood Press.. Act Two is this page: The story of the Bauman family of Ephrata. The Ephrata Cloister was an Early American powerhouse of printing and publishing. The Arndt and Eck bibliography lists 68 German-language books, pamphlets, and almanacs printed at the Ephrata Cloister between and The Cloister printed only one English-language book.
The story of the Ephrata Cloister, in Lancaster County, is one of the most colorful stories of Early American printing. (Cloister Website: Here) It is the story of radical Christian Pietists who created one of the most extraordinary books of colonial America, the Märtyrer Spiegel (the Martyrs' Mirror).. This book is the largest book printed in colonial North America, and is oft en considered. Kristin Bock holds an MFA in poetry from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where she teaches in the Business Communication Program. Her first collection, Cloisters, won Tupelo Press’s First Book Award and the da Vinci Eye Award. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including The Black Warrior Review, Columbia, Crazyhorse, FENCE, Pleiades, Prairie Schooner, Salt Hill and VERSE.
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Melanie weaves another spellbinding tale in The Black Cloister. The reader learns, through parallel stories, about Elise's search for her mother's past and Sara's search for truth and love within the hostile walls of a long-active cult in Germany.
The story intensifies and to such a degree that I felt I was swimming underwater, at times, trying /5(32). The author brings that out in The Black Cloister and shows why women stay i The insight Dobson demonstrates regarding the minds of cult leaders and their victims is incredibly accurate.
In fact, this is the by far best book I've read that addresses this important issue/5. "In The Cloister, Carroll has produced a sweeping, beautifully crafted book--perhaps his best yet."--Wall Street Journal“The Cloister poetically pingpongs between Abélard’s abbey in Saint-Denis in the s, elsewhere in France during and after World War II, and Upper Manhattan in the early s Carroll weaves a patchwork of disparate threads, threads unraveled from clerical /5(79).
The Black Cloister was inspired by the story of a friend who was raised in religious cult in Europe and Japan as well as the story of Martin Luther’s wife, Katharina von Bora. Melanie researched this story when she lived in Germany in Melanie Dobson is the award-winning author of The Black Cloister; Love Finds You in Liberty, Indiana; and Together for Good.
A former corporate publicity manager at Focus on the Family, Melanie has worked in the fields of journalism and publicity for more than eighteen years.
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The Cloisters is a novel of ideas that made me feel as breathless and on edge as I do The black cloister book reading a thriller. With masterful writing and pacing, the author creates two worlds for the characters to inhabit—s Paris and the scholastic sphere of the brilliant Peter Abelard and Heloise, and their inevitable, and separate, retreat from the world/5.
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Of faith, doubt, and sorrow: Carroll (Warburg in Rome,etc.) delivers another religiously charged novel, and a fine one at priest Carroll blends his well-aired interests in history, theology, and literary fiction in this deftly told story that partakes richly of all.
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ISBN Summary From National Book Award-winning writer James Carroll comes a novel of the timeless love story of Peter Abelard and Heloïse, and its impact on a modern priest and a.
Fortunately, The Cloister has a second pair of heroes: Father Michael Kavanagh, an Irish-American priest plagued with doubts about his church; and Rachel, the guilt-ridden tour guide and Holocaust survivor. Their story and their philosophical debates, set in New York City inprovide an intriguing stream of historical, religious.
book review Inside Dangerous Cults By Linda Michaels Senior Producer. – In her latest release, The Black Cloister, author Melanie Dobson probes the secret and sometimes terrifying world of abusive religous cults. Set in Germany and inspired by the story of Martin Luther’s wife, Katharina von Bora, the novel offers valuable insight into how cult leaders entrap their followers.
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From the very beginning of The Black Cloister, readers will find themselves hooked on Elise’s quest for the truth regarding her mother.
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