Classics Club Spin # 26 … And The Winner Is ……

Dice Roll

And the lucky Spin number is:

NUMBER XI !

Oh my!  From my list, it’s Revelations of Divine Love by Julian of Norwich.

Revelations of Divine Love

Déjà vu! I had this book chosen once before for a spin and didn’t read it.  Perhaps it’s a message that I need to read it.  It’s quite short so I can’t see it being a problem.

Divine Inspiration of Music

Divine Inspiration of Music (c. 1640) Nicolas Regnier (Niccolò Renieri)
source Wikimedia Commons

Written by an anchoress in Norwich around 1373, this book is the first known book in English written by a woman.

Now I only need to find it!

 

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Photo #1 courtesy of Josef17

18 thoughts on “Classics Club Spin # 26 … And The Winner Is ……

    • It’s well respected and I’m very interested in what she has to say. I’ll definitely do a review of it when I finish! 👍

    • Argh! There’s a short and long version! Yikes! Well, in spite of wanting to read the long, I’m going to read whichever one I have. Thanks for the heads up though. I might look into it more at a later date.

    • Let me know if you find it on Gutenberg. Perhaps they have the long version. I’ve just learned how to convert Gutenberg to my Kindle now, so I have another resource. Yay! Just what I need. More access to more books!

        • Ha, ha! We’ll each be reading the others spin. Should I admit I’m looking more forward to Travels with a Donkey than Revelations ..? Well, I’m sure both will be good in their own way.

    • I’m really enjoying it, Carol. There are parts of it that aren’t that believable imo, but von Arnim weaves a lovely story as usual. So far I prefer Elizabeth and her German Garden but I know I’m probably in the minority. I’ll look forward to hearing your thoughts on it after your read! I hope to get a review up soon!

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