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Sacred Marriage Jonas Sandor's manuscript landed on my desk one day while I was still teaching university history. I was madly in love at the time, and the sub-title, A Troubadour Journey into Love, immediately captured my fancy... So begins The Bridal Chamber, a troubadour saga that probes the question humans have asked for thousands of years-what is this thing called love? A university professor comes across the work of Jonas Sandor, a scholar who decades earlier had written a manuscript using the troubadour vision as a reference point to explore passionate love relationships from a masculine perspective. His narrative about the 12th century troubadours-including Bernart de Ventadorn, a well-known troubadour and one of the great writers of the world-has religious and historical relevance. The manuscript also has a great impact on the professor, who has fallen in love one of his students and is struggling to maintain emotional poise. In the end the professor agrees with Jonas' conclusion: The growth of civilization depends on making connections, and the link between the troubadour vision of love and sacred sexuality is an awakening to ancient knowledge that has the potential to transform the consciousness of humanity.
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Book Description Outskirts Press, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1432790447