By Rita St.Hilaire
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Geborene Aloisia Maria Hasenbichler,geboren 1944 in St. Stefan bei Finkenstein,Matura der Handelsakademie Villach 1963,Notariatsangestellte, Postbeamte, Hausfrau,Slowenisch-Studium in Klagenfurt ab 1994,Diplomarbeit über Passionsspiele 2002,Doktorarbeit über Florjan Lipuš.
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This choice of poems explores the saints of the church’s historical past and modern people who embrace anything in their charism. 3 sections are prepared round the issues of the 3 “theological virtues”: religion, portrayed as a resource of power in occasions of trial; wish, the darkest within the ebook, facing concerns of the body’s frailty, disorder, social discrimination, and the hunt for the way to stay in the constraints of society; and love, supplying a panoply of outward-looking characters who supply to others in radical or own methods.
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