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The scribes of the two manuscripts are clearly not the same but their layout is similar, as if the writer of the Norwich Castle Manuscript had had the employment of the scribe of the Amherst Manuscript, perhaps for the production of a book for one Emma Stapleton who would later become an enclosed anchoress with the Carmelites in Norwich.
Both manuscript texts begin, not with thorn, but with TH.
The Amherst corrector and the Norwich scribe share similar m's, n's, l's, k's, d's, a's, e's, &'s and yochs. Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Medievalis, 69 Watson, Nicholas. Julian has verbal echoes to Marguerite in all versions of her Showing of Love and appears to know the fate of its author, burnt at the stake in Paris in 1310, condemned by the Doctors of Theology of the Sorbonne.
However the Norwich Castle Manuscript is written in a deliberate bookhand with differently formed thorns, w's, s's and y's to those of Amherst's corrector, the h's and ff's having different descenders. 'Melting into God the English Way: Deification in the Middle English Version of Marguerite Porete's Mirouer des simples ames enienties '. An amateurish drawing on the final folio of a mother and child where the mother is cross-nimbed, the cross made from three great nails, but not the child.
Its other texts are of interest for catechetical purposes, the Pore Caitif, the 'Treatise on the Lord's Prayer'.
Much of its wording directly reflects that in Julian's Long Text Showing of Love .
ere es Avisioun Schewed Be the goodenes of god to Ade=/uoute womann. In the whilk visyoun Er fulle many Comfortabylle wordes and/ gretly Styrrande to alle thaye that desyres to be crystes loovers.As with the Westminster Cathedral and British Library Amherst Manuscripts the Norwich Castle Manuscript (Norwich Castle 158.926/4g.5), is a florilegium of contemplative and catechetical texts. notes that the 'Treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins' is written by Richard Lavenham, O.It is said to contain 'Theological Treatises', specifically 'An Epistle of St Jerome to the Maid Demetriade who had vowed Chastity', a 'Treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins', a 'Treatise on the Pater Noster', and 'Pore Caitif'. Carm., who lectured on Birgitta's Revelationes at Oxford and who was Richard II's confessor.Someone who had perhaps known Julian of Norwich and who sought to share in her contemplative library. Given that the Showing of Love text itself stresses that it is being written in '1413' during Julian's lifetime, it is just within the realm of possibility that we have her here correcting her scribe, completing his lacunae, his eye-skips.
This hand also seems to match that of the rubricator to this part of the manuscript.wrote movingly about monasteries and schools of learning as not being places of polemic.