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Hadewijch

Hadewijch (hä´dəvīkh), fl. early 13th cent., Dutch mystical poet, a nun. Her works, beautiful lyrics on the love of God and a number of letters in rhyme and visions in prose, are a monument both of early Dutch literature and of Roman Catholic mysticism.

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Hadewijch of Antwerp

Hadewijch of Antwerp (Christian mystical writer): see RHENO-FLEMISH SPIRITUALITY.

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