Arnaldo Fortini (Author), Helen Moak (Translator). Saint Francis of Assisi: Passion, Poverty & the Man Who Transformed the Church.
Arnaldo Fortini (Author), Helen Moak (Translator). Trekking The Way of St Francis: From Florence To Assisi And Rome (Cicerone Guides). Sandy Brown Reverend.
Francis of Assisi book. Helen Moak's translation of this masterpiece is excellent as it includes the "scenic details from the late 12th to early 13th century Umbria that Fortini knows so astonishingly well".
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Translated by Helen Moak. New York: Crossroad, 1981. William R. Cook (a1). State University of New York at Geneseo Geneseo, New York. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 July 2009.
A translation of 2 books of v. 1, together with the bibliography and index which make up v. 4 from the 4 v. ed. originally published in 1959 by Porziuncola Assisi. Bibliography: p. 671 1. Francesco d'Assisi, Saint, 1182-1226.
Arnaldo Fortini; Helen Moak. Published by Crossroad Pub Co (1992). ISBN 10: 0824511468 ISBN 13: 9780824511463.
Of the thousands upon thousands of books about Saint Francis, perhaps the best is Francis of Assisi by Arnaldo Fortini. It first appeared in four volumes. A lawyer and native of Assisi, Fortini spent thirty years on this biography. It is now in one volume, brilliantly translated by Helen Moak, with valuable notes of her own and a bibliography of some seven hundred and fifty items. My book leans heavily upon their portrait of the many-sided saint and his times.
By: Fortini, Arnaldo. Contributor(s): Moak, Helen BX4700. F6 F722 1999 Francis of Assisi : early documents. Contributor(s): Moak, Helen. Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Crossroad Book, 1981. F6 G The life and times of Francis of Asisi. F6 H64 2001 Feuerwandler.
Arnaldo Fortini, two-time mayor of Assisi, in his Francis of Assisi, (translated by Helen Moak, Crossroad, 1981), was the first to use the civil records of Assisi to cast light upon the life of Francis. I recommend the works of an English scholar, John Moorman: St. Francis of Assisi (SPCK, 1963) and The Spirituality of St. Francis of Assisi (Our Sunday Visitor, 1977). Erik Doyle’s St. Francis and the Song of Brotherhood (Seabury, 1981) contains excellent material on Francis and ecology.
Arnaldo Fortini, Francis of Assisi, trans. Helen Moak (New York: Crossroad, 1981), p. 53. oogle Scholar
Arnaldo Fortini, Francis of Assisi, trans. oogle Scholar. 5. Translated by this writer, from the Italian text of Ms. 338 in the Assisi library, as cited in Fortini, Francis of Assisi, pp. 566–67. The present translation has taken into consideration the analyses of Fortini, Francis of Assisi, pp. 567–68; Sorrell, St. Francis of Assisi and Nature, p. 101; Eloi Leclerc, . The Canticle of Creatures-Symbols of Union: An Analysis of St. Francis of Assisi, trans.
Author: Helen Moak,Arnaldo Fortini
Category: Bio and Memoris
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Co.; 1st edition (January 1, 1992)
Pages: 720 pages
ePUB size: 1339 kb
FB2 size: 1674 kb
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