Julian of Norwich: A Revelation of Love. Edited by Marion Glasscoe (Liverpool University Press 1999)
An edition of one of the two Sloane manuscripts in the British Library, the Long Text written in Middle English; a glossary assists the reader who might have a basic knowledge of that language.
Mother Julian of Norwich: Revelations of Divine Love. Translated by Halcyon Backhouse & Rhona Pipe. Foreword by Jeremy Begbie. (Hodder 2009)
A straightforward translation of the Long Text re-published some twenty years after its first appearance.
Julian of Norwich: Revelations. Motherhood of God. Frances Beer (Brewer 1998)
In addition to a modern translation of the unique manuscript of the Short Text, also includes chapters from the Long Text which describe Julian’s doctrine of the Motherhood of God, together with a contextualising Introduction and an Interpretative essay.
Julian of Norwich: Revelations of Divine Love. Fr John-Julian, an unabridged contemporary translation. (Paraclete Press 2011) well presented translation of one of the two Sloan manuscripts divided into chapters and shorter readings for devotional use by the founder of the Order of Julian of Norwich.
A Revelation of Love. Sr Elizabeth Ruth Obbard (New City 2018)
‘Basing her translation on the Paris manuscript, Sr Elizabeth Ruth’s version does not slavishly follow Julian’s text. Rather, she focuses on the Showings themselves dividing her book in Showings rather than Chapters as in Julian’s original. Meditative drawings enhance the text’. (Magistra)
Julian of Norwich: Revelation of Love. John Skinner (translator) (Gracewing 2004) Basing his translation on Marion Glasscoe’s edition, John adds a Preface and a brief glossary.
Julian of Norwich: Revelations of Divine Love. Elizabeth Spearing (translator) (Penguin 1998). A translation of the Short Text and one of the two Sloane manuscripts, the Long Text written in Middle English, with an excellent Introduction, brief endnotes and three interesting appendices by A C Spearing.
Julian of Norwich The Showings: A Contemporary Translation. Mirabai Starr (translator) (Canterbury Press 2014) An internationally acclaimed translator, Mirabai bases her translation on Denise Baker’s version.
Julian of Norwich: All Shall Be Well: Daily Readings from the Revelations
Sheila Upjohn (Friends of Julian of Norwich 1992) After translating sections of Julian’s book for the first of the ‘Enfolded in Love’ series, Sheila wanted to translate the entire work, and this is the result.
Revelations of Divine Love: Julian of Norwich, translated by Grace Warrack, modernised by Yolande Clarke, with an Introduction by A N Wilson.
(SPCK 2017) After a brief Introduction, we have Grace Warrack’s classic translation of one of the two Sloane manuscripts for the modern reader,
Julian of Norwich: Revelations of Divine Love, translated by Barry Windeatt (OUP 2015)
This is one of the most recent translations of the Short Text and one of the two Sloane manuscripts, the Long Text written in Middle English, with an excellent Introduction, endnotes and Indices.