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The turn of the first millennium was experienced by people of that time not with fear that the world was coming to an end, but rather with hope that the world would be renewed. Christianity was moribund. So the new millennium was to be that of a new world, purged of its former vices. Thus, Christs Passion came to symbolise the resurrection of the Church; a great reformation began. Seen in that context the lyric poem _La Passion de Clermont_ takes on its full meaning. It lies at the heart of the centurys preoccupations and bears all its ideology. Download english texts [1] Links: ------ [1]