(Bernard of Morlaix; 12th c.). Benedictine monk in Abbey of Cluny* when the monastery was at the height of its wealth and fame; composed De contemptu mundi, from which the hymns Jerusalem the Golden, Brief Life Is Here Our Portion, For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country, and The World Is Very Evil are taken.
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