Death figures prominently in the works of Julian of Norwich and Thomas à Kempis. What do the ways in which they view death, the events leading up to it, and the prospect of the afterlife say about their theology and spirituality

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Death figures prominently in the works of Julian of Norwich and Thomas à Kempis. What do the ways in which they view death, the events leading up to it, and the prospect of the afterlife say about their theology and spirituality

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