This volume discusses the role of asceticism in the early Church, the life of St. Basil, the precedent of Egyptian monasticism, the specific writings and rules of St. Basil for the monastic life, and the subsequent influence of Basil’s work on future monastics in both the east and west.
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William Kemp Lowther Clarke (1879–1968) was the canon residentiary of Chichester.