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Margery Kempe

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"Lust, religious zeal, and heartache come together in this provocative novel about two infatuations, one between a man and his young lover in the late 20th century and another between a 15th-century maiden and Jesus Christ. Margery Kempe is a tale of romantic obsession. It chronicles two relationships which take place in disparate worlds, separated by five centuries. The failed saint Margery Kempe lived in the fifteenth century, when she wrote what is believed to be the first autobiography. In Robert Gl???uck's Margery ...

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Margery Kempe
2020, New York Review of Books

ISBN-13: 9781681374314

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Margery Kempe
1994, Serpent's Tail, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781852423346

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