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Miracles & Pilgrims: Popular Beliefs in Medieval England
Ronald C. Finucane (au). The records of ‘miracles’ in the Middle Ages are among the most valuable documents of medical popular Christianity. Finucane’s highly praised historical detective-work presents a fascinating account of the extent to which beliefs in pilgrimages, miracles, & faith-healing exerted a hold over the medieval imagination. Through all of these stories, Finucane weaves important new insights about connections between the medical knowledge of the Middle Ages & the incidence of miracles, thus strengthening the argument that the conditions of medieval life unquestionably reinforced popular belief in long dead, miracle-working saints.
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