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Bibliomania e-text: Chapter Our Lady's Juggler of Our Lady's Juggler by Anatole France. One evening when the monks were talking together by way of diversion, he heard one of them tell of a monk who could not recite anything but the Ave Maria. He was scorned for his ignorance, but after he died there sprang from his mouth five roses, in honor of the five letters in the name Maria. Thus was his.
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Anatole France is a son of a Parisian bookseller. His life was one of incessant controversy. His attitude against the church and state was ironic and bitter, though he was educated at a religious school. And while his novels attacked conventional Christian institutions at the depths of his heart, as in the core of every person's being - France had faith in the Almighty and innate goodness of man.
Our Lady's Juggler Written by: Anatole France In the days of King Louis, there was a poor juggler named Barnabas, he perfomed juggling city by city. His juggling abilities were no different of those jugglers walking on earth but he had a special juggling skill that everyone waits, that is juggling six copper balls and 12 knives on his feet. He was poor, always hanged in hunger and thirst.
CLIMAX Barnabas met a monk after a day of rain, feeling sad. But since the monk and him were on the same pace and direction, they fell into a conversation. Barnabas confessed about his willingness to give up the life as a juggler to enter the monastic life. The monk was touched.
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The Juggler in the Modern World: A Legend in Our Own Time. After the juggler story was rediscovered in the late 19th century, it became popularized against a backdrop of shifting political, cultural, and literary circumstances. European nationalism, Gothic revivalism, global conflict, evolving religious norms, new technologies, and changing modes of expression all influenced the ways the story.