For Merrie England: A Tale of The Weavers of Norfolk

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The miracle of Jeanne Le Ber is said to bring pleasure "as if the recluse herself had sent to all those families whom she did not know some living beauty, a blooming rose-tree, or a shapely fruit-tree in fruit"; in the same passage "the people" are said to receive miracles not as evidence or proof but as "the actual flowering of desire" (136-37). But she may also struggle with drug addiction and poverty, leading her to make some difficult and imperfect decisions to survive.

Pages: 168

Publisher: Salem Ridge Press (June 8, 2010)

ISBN: 1934671398

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