Anchoritism in the Middle Ages explores the relationships between anchoritism (the life of a solitary religious recluse) and other forms of solitude and sanctity, addressing the different ways in which anchoritism can be interpreted, the relationships between anchoritism and other forms of medieval devotion, and the evolving audience for vernacular guidance literature.
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