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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Note on the Texts Suggestions of Further Resources Map of Northern France in the Time of Abelard and Heloise Chronology The Calamities of Peter Abelard Letters of Abelard and Heloise First Letter: Heloise to Abelard Second Letter: Abelard to Heloise Third Letter: Heloise to Abelard Fourth Letter: Abelard to Heloise Fifth Letter: Heloise to Abelard Sixth Letter: Abelard to Heloise Seventh Letter: Abelard to Heloise The Questions of Heloise: Introductory Letter Abelard's Confession of Faith to Heloise Letters of Heloise and Peter the Venerable Peter to Heloise Heloise to Peter Peter to Heloise Selected Songs and Poems of Peter Abelard Dull is the Star Hymn for Saturday Vespers: How Great the Sabbath Hymn for the Feast of the Presentation: Adorn the Chamber, Zion Hymn for the Night Office and Vespers: After the Virgin's Highest Honor Lament of the Virgins of Israel for the Daughter of Jephtha Lament of David for Saul and Jonathan Open Wide Your Eyes: A Shaped Poem on the Incarnation of the Word from To His Son, Astralabe Appendix A: From "The Letter to Philintus" Appendix B: From The Letters of Two Lovers Works Cited and Select Bibliography Index of Passages Quoted and Cited in the Text General Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Abelard, Peter, 1079-1142 -- Correspondence.
Heloáeise, 1101-1164 -- Correspondence.
Abbesses, Christian -- France -- Correspondence.
Theologians -- France -- Correspondence.