This blog is primarily intended for discussion among students in the Spring 2016 course English 401: The Medieval Period at the University of Massachusetts Boston, but all readers are encouraged to read and comment upon the entries.  Students have been tasked with writing from the perspectives of medieval characters or authors, which serve as their avatars on the blog.


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  1. I am the second Nun, and I have never heard such raunchy tales! I am appalled by all of the evil talk that my no longer virgin ears have to listen to. These tales are evidence that you are surrounded by evil spirits. Spirits that must be obliterated. These immoral tales are a reflection of the lifestyles in which you live. These tales that fall from your mouths will no doubt grant you access into the gates of hell. If you shall continue to live in this way, you will be condemned to the everlasting inferno.

    Save yourselves I tell you and repent! Ask our lord to grant you forgiveness, for if you ask you shall receive. It is not too late you can save yourselves and you shall go to heaven where our Father will receive you with open arms.

    I am an old nun who has witnessed much, hence I am wise. Follow in my counsel and you shall be delivered from your wicked ways. You must first believe in God the Father, Jesus Christ as God’s son and the holy spirit. Immediately following you must see the friar, confess your sins and then go to the priest who will guide you in your journey to righteousness. He will baptize you and will help you rid yourselves of sin! Only in this way can you reverse the evil process and cleanse your spirit.

    Be mindful that God sacrificed his only begotten son to rid us of our sins. Do not be selfish for Christ set aside his own pleasure for the good, comfort and life of those whom he loved. We shall follow in his footsteps and whenever tempted you shall ask, What would Jesus do? Let us show God that we are grateful. Let us show him that we recognize that Judgement day is near and only the faithful who fear the lord will be salvaged.


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