Selected Writings
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Selected Writings - Hildegard of Bingen - Translated by Mark Atherton Introduction:
I. Life and Career
II. Hildegard in Her Time
III. Hildegard's Writings
Further Reading
Select Discography
Chronology
Translator's Note
Know the Ways
1. Letter to Bernard of Clairvaux
2. The Action of the Will (from Scivias)
3. Redemption (from Scivias)
4. Letter to Odo of Soissons
5. The Trinity (from Scivias)
6. Letter to Pope Eugenius III
Struggles for Independence
7. Songs for Saint Disibod
8. Letter to Hartwig of Bremen
9. Song for Saint Ursula
10. The Trials of the Soul (from Scivias)
11. Songs for Saint Rupert
12. The Departure of Richardis of Strade
13. The First Version of The Play of the Virtues (from Scivias)The Sibyl of the Rhine
14. Three Political Letters
15. Songs for the Dedication of a Church
16. Teachings on the Church (from Scivias)
17. Letter to Elisabeth of Schoenau
18. Gertrud of Stahleck
19. Letter to the Abbess of Bamberg
In Praise of Creation
20. The Cosmic Egg (from Scivias)
21. The Cosmos (from Causes and Cures)
22. Gemstones (from Physica)
23. Songs from Symphonia
24. Two Christmas Homilies
Allegories of Justice and Love
25. The Iron Mountain (from Scivias)
26. The Man Looking East and South (from The Book of Life's Merits)
27. The Seven Vices and Virtues (from The Book of Life's Merits)
28. The Voice from Heaven (from The Book of Life's Merits)
29. The Unknown Language
30. Allegorical Letters
31. A Vision of Love (from The Book of Divine Works)
Hildegard's Life and Influence
32. Queries and Requests: Selected Letters to Hildegard
33. From The Life of Hildegard, Book 2, by Theoderich of Echternach
34. Gebeno of Eberbach: The Pentachronon
35. From the Canonization Protocol
Notes
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About the Author

Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) was born into a well-established noble family in Bermensheim and was given to the monastery as a young child. She became a nun and later founded her own convent at Ruperstberg. With papal approval she wrote down her visions and travelled through Germany preaching. As well as her visionary writing, she composed liturgical music and was skilled in medicine, and was canonized after her death. Mark Atherton teaches English at Regent's Park College, Oxford.

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