This collection includes conversations with and letters from this character.
To Brother Lawrence, this character exists as nearly a bodily presence. He speaks of this character's presence as a force that he can sense.
Joseph de Beaufort
The conversations that open this volume occur between this character and Lawrence during Lawrence's later years in the monastery.
In his first conversation with Beaufort, Lawrence describes his first employment by this character, the king's treasurer.
As was the custom of the time, none of Lawrence's letters include the name of this character.
A few letters are addressed to this character.
As was mentioned, a few of the letters appear to go to this character. Some speculate that she could be a relative of Lawrence's.
Man who is Sixty-Four
At eighty, Lawrence writes to this character. He offers advice about...
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