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100 1  Sharratt, Mary. 
245 10 Illuminations:|ba novel of hildegard von bingen|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource] /|cMary Sharratt. 
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511 1  Read by Tavia Gilbert. 
520    Skillfully interweaving historical fact with psychological
       insight and vivid imagination, Sharratt's redemptive novel,
       Illuminations, brings to life one of the most 
       extraordinary women of the Middle Ages: Hildegard von 
       Bingen, Benedictine abbess, visionary, and 
       polymath.Offered to the Church at the age of eight, 
       Hildegard was entombed in a small room where she was 
       expected to live out her days in silent submission as the 
       handmaiden of a renowned but disturbed young nun, Jutta 
       von Sponheim. Instead, Hildegard rejected Jutta's 
       masochistic piety and found comfort and grace in studying 
       books, growing herbs, and rejoicing in her own secret 
       visions of the divine. When Jutta died some thirty years 
       later, Hildegard broke out of her prison with the heavenly
       calling to speak and write about her visions and to 
       liberate her sisters and herself from the soul-destroying 
       anchorage. Riveting and utterly unforgettable, 
       Illuminations is a deeply moving portrayal of a woman 
       willing to risk everything for what she believed. 
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