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  1. Discuss the relationship between language and the body in Julian of Norwichs A Revelation of Love

    Se I left never myne hands of myn werks, never shall, withoute ende. Se I lede al thing to the end.' [11]) and her habit of interrupting herself: The nombre of my words passyth my wit and al my understondyng and al my mights, and it arn the heyest, as to my syte; for therein is comprehendid- I cannot tellyn; but the ioy that I saw in the shewyng of them passyth al that herte may willen and soule may desire; and therefore the words be not declaryd here but every man after the grace that God gevyth him in understondyng and lovyng receive hem in our lords menyng.

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