Christianity And Literature: Volume 44, Numbers 3-4, Spring-Summer, 1995,

By: Snyder, Robert. (editor).

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8vo - 23 x 15.5 cm.; Pages 259 to 420. A journal devoted to the scholarly exploration of how literature engages Christian thought, experience and practice. Contents: 1 - "The Sacredness of Conjugal and Parental Duties: The Family, the Twentieth Century Reader and Wieland" by Michael Schnell. 2 - "Scandal and Marginality in the Vitae of Holy Fools" by Peter M. Antoci. 3 - "Belover Mother of Us All: Christina Rossetti's Eve" by Virginia Sickbert. 4 - "Francois Mauriac and Georges Bernanos: Two Theologies of the Body" by Michael R. Tobin. 5 - "Waiting to be Recognized: Reading as Process in Northrop Frye's The Double Vision" by David Gay. 6 - Dialogue - "Reclaiming Marginalia: The Grotesque and the Christian Reader" by John C. Van Rys. 7 - Review Essay - "Is There Life After Jesus: Spirituial Perception in A, N, Wilson's The Vicar of Sorrows" by David Landrum. 8 - Special Feature - "Ten Poems" by Tharin Williamson. Plus 14 book reviews, and 6 poems.

Title: Christianity And Literature: Volume 44, Numbers 3-4, Spring-Summer, 1995,

Author Name: Snyder, Robert. (editor).

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Carrollton, Georgia., State University of West Georgia: 1995

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 11457

Keywords: Literature, Poetry; Criticism; Culture; Wieland; Vitae of Holy Fools; Christina Rossetti, Francois Mauriac; Georges Bernanos; Theology of the Body; Northrop Frye; The Double Vision; Marginalia; A. N. Wilson; Michael Schnell; Peter Antoci; The Vicar Of Sorrows; Virginia Sickbert; Tharin Williamson; Michael Tobin; David Gay; John Van Rys; David Landrum; Tharin Williamson;