Cuadernos de Estudios Gallegos, Vol 65, No 131 (2018)

Margery Kempe, viatrix


https://doi.org/10.3989/ceg.2018.131.08

Robert N. Swanson
University of Birmingham, Reino Unido
orcid http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1641-5492

Resumen


Margery Kempe peregrinó desde Inglaterra a Compostela en 1417, una visita de la que dejó constancia en su cuasi-autobiográfico Libro. Este artículo analiza y contextualiza esa travesía como una parte de una vida y un texto marcados por peregrinajes similares. Además, integra la peregrinación en su vida como viatrix, comprometida con un viaje espiritual no hacia santuarios terrenales, sino a la salvación celestial.

[gl] Margery Kempe peregrinou desde Inglaterra a Compostela en 1417, unha visita da que quedou constancia no seu case-autobiográfico Libro. Este artigo analiza e contextualiza esa travesía coma unha parte dunha vida e un texto marcados por peregrinacións semellantes. Ademais, integra a peregrinación na súa vida coma viatrix, comprometida cunha viaxe espiritual non cara a santuarios terreais, senón á salvación celestial.

Palabras clave


Kempe; peregrinación; Lynn; Compostela, viatrix; Kempe; peregrinación; Lynn; Compostela; viatrix

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