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* TearsOfRemourse: Kempe's usual reason for crying at the Holy places she visits.

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* TearsOfRemourse: TearsOfRemorse: Kempe's usual reason for crying at the Holy places she visits.


* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: How Kempe is often regarded as one by readers. Some of this may well be down to [[ValuesDissonance values dissonance]], and there is also a possibility that Kempe is [[ObfuscatingInsanity disguising]] a subtle social commentary.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: How Kempe is often regarded as one by readers. Some of this may well be down to [[ValuesDissonance values dissonance]], and there is also a the possibility that Kempe is [[ObfuscatingInsanity disguising]] a subtle social commentary.


The book mostly consists of Kempe's personal journey, both physically and spiritually, as she tirelessly quests to become an ever more pious individual. Her path takes her to many famous locations (Jerusalem, and Rome) and people (Archbishop of Canterbury, and Julian of Norwich), and her words have undoubtedly have been very beneficial as a rare, first hand account of womanhood in the medieval ages.

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The book mostly consists of Kempe's personal journey, both physically and spiritually, as she tirelessly quests to become an ever more pious individual. Her path takes her to many famous locations (Jerusalem, and Rome) and people (Archbishop of Canterbury, and Julian of Norwich), and her words have undoubtedly have been very beneficial as provide a rare, valuable first hand account of womanhood in the medieval ages.


* Hallucinations: During a prolonged period of confinement, Kempe reports being visited by Jesus.

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* Hallucinations: During a prolonged period GoMadFromTheIsolation: Possible - after six months of confinement, being essentially incarcerated in a store room, Kempe reports being visited by Jesus.Jesus.

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* Hallucinations: During a prolonged period of confinement, Kempe reports being visited by Jesus.
* MissionFromGod: Kempe's primary motivation.


CelibateHero: Though married and having 14 kids throughout her life, Kempe renounces her [[SexIsEvil sinful lust]] and vows to become celibate.

{{Cloudcuckoolander}}: How Kempe is often regarded as one by readers. Some of this may well be down to [[ValuesDissonance values dissonance]], and there is also a possibility that Kempe is [[ObfuscatingInsanity disguising]] a subtle social commentary.

TearsOfRemourse: Kempe's usual reason for crying at the Holy places she visits.

TenderTears: Kempe weeps at practically every opportunity. This is often a source of confusion for the people she has just met moments before.

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* CelibateHero: Though married and having 14 kids throughout her life, Kempe renounces her [[SexIsEvil sinful lust]] and vows to become celibate.

celibate.
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{{Cloudcuckoolander}}: How Kempe is often regarded as one by readers. Some of this may well be down to [[ValuesDissonance values dissonance]], and there is also a possibility that Kempe is [[ObfuscatingInsanity disguising]] a subtle social commentary. \n\n
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TearsOfRemourse: Kempe's usual reason for crying at the Holy places she visits.

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TenderTears: Kempe weeps at practically every opportunity. This is often a source of confusion for the people she has just met moments before.


CelibateHero: Though married and having 14 kids throughout her life, Kempe renounces her [[SexIsEvil sinful lust]] and vows to become celibate.
Cloudcuckoolander: How Kempe is often regarded by readers. Some of this may well be down to [[ValuesDissonance values dissonance]], and there is the possibility that Kempe is [[ObfuscatingInsanity disguising]] a subtle social commentary.

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CelibateHero: Though married and having 14 kids throughout her life, Kempe renounces her [[SexIsEvil sinful lust]] and vows to become celibate.
Cloudcuckoolander:
celibate.

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How Kempe is often regarded as one by readers. Some of this may well be down to [[ValuesDissonance values dissonance]], and there is the also a possibility that Kempe is [[ObfuscatingInsanity disguising]] a subtle social commentary.commentary.

TearsOfRemourse: Kempe's usual reason for crying at the Holy places she visits.

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