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ISBN
9780199544486
EAN
9780199544486
Publication Name
Oxford Handbook of English Literature and Theology
Item Length
9.7in
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication Year
2009
Series
Oxford Handbooks Ser.
Type
Textbook
Format
Trade Paperback
Language
English
Item Height
1.9in
Author
David Jasper
Item Width
6.8in
Item Weight
54.5 Oz
Number of Pages
912 Pages

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The Oxford Handbook of English Literature and Theology is a defining volume of essays in which leading international scholars apply an interdisciplinary approach to the long and evolving relationship between English Literature and Theology. The volume first offers a chronological account of key moments in the formation of the tradition; goes on to demonstrate literary ways of reading the Bible, theological ways of reading literature, and literaryconceptions of theological texts; and finally explores the great themes that have preoccupied the Jewish and Christian traditions. Framing editorial essays describe the history, the cultural implications, and themethodological issues of this now popular interdisciplinary study, before speculating as to its possible futures in a postmodern, multicultural world.

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Publisher
Oxford University Press, Incorporated
ISBN-10
0199544484
ISBN-13
9780199544486
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Product Key Features

Author
David Jasper
Publication Name
Oxford Handbook of English Literature and Theology
Format
Trade Paperback
Language
English
Publication Year
2009
Series
Oxford Handbooks Ser.
Type
Textbook
Number of Pages
912 Pages

Dimensions

Item Length
9.7in
Item Height
1.9in
Item Width
6.8in
Item Weight
54.5 Oz

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Lc Classification Number
Pr145.H37 2009
Reviews
...a volume that is both particular and representative, one that successfully fulfils the double task of introducing the reader to current debates, and serving to consolidate the larger field., 'Review from previous edition ...illuminating ... this Handbook... will be useful, not just to specialists in the subject, but to many others as well.'Richard Harries, The Church Times, Review from previous edition: "...illuminating ... this Handbook... will be useful, not just to specialists in the subject, but to many others as well." --Richard Harries, The Church Times
Table of Content
Introductory Essays1: Elisabeth Jay: 'Now and in England'2: David Jasper: The Study of Literature and TheologyGeneral Reading ListThe Formation of the Tradition3: Michael Fox: Origins in the English Tradition4: Lynne Long: Vernacular Bibles and Prayer Books and English Literature5: Brian Cummings: The Protestant and Catholic Reformations6: Rhodri Lewis: The Enlightenment7: Scott Masson: Romanticism8: David E. Klemm: The Influence of German Criticism on English Literature9: T. R. Wright: The Victorians10: Cleo Kearns: Modernism in Literature and Theology11: Kevin Hart: PostmodernismLiterary Ways of Reading the Bible12: Peter S. Hawkins: The Bible as Literature and Sacred Text13: Tod Linafelt: The Pentateuch14: Timothy K. Beal: Judges15: Alastair Hunter: Literary Approaches to the Psalms16: J. Cheryl Exum: Song of Songs17: Kirsten Nielsen: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Job in Literature18: Yvonne Sherwood: Prophetic Literature19: George Aichele: Literary Ways of Reading the Synoptic Gospels20: Adele Reinhartz: The Gospel of John21: Christopher Rowland: Apocalyptic LiteratureTheological Ways of Reading Literature22: Nicholas Watson: William Langland and Geoffrey Chaucer23: Thomas Healy: Shakespeare and Marlow24: Helen Wilcox: Herbert and Donne25: Michel Lieb: John Milton26: Scott Robertson: The Eighteenth-Century Novel27: Christopher Burdon: William Blake28: Simon Bainbridge: Wordsworth and Coleridge29: Norman Vance: George Eliot and Thomas Hardy30: Valentine Cunningham: James Joyce31: Stephen Medcalf: T. S. Eliot, David Jones and W. H. Auden32: Heather Walton: The Feminist Literary Revisioning of Sacred TraditionsTheology as Literature33: Donald Gray: Thomas Cranmer and the Collects34: Robert G. Collmer: John Bunyan - Thinker and Tinker35: Lori Branch: Bishop Butler36: Kirstie Blair: John Keble and 'The Christian Year'37: Ian Ker: John Henry Newman38: Luke Ferretter: Matthew Arnold39: Cath Filmer-Davies: The Theology of C. S. Lewis40: Bridget Nichols: Liturgy as LiteratureThe Great Themes41: Eric Ziolkowski: Evil and the God of Love42: Tina Pippin: Death and the Afterlife43: David Scott: The Pastoral Tradition in English Religious Poetry44: Paul Fiddes: The Passion Story in Literature45: Daniel Boscaljon: Possibilities of Redemption within Secular Texts46: Alison Jasper: Body and Word47: Elena Volkova: Visions of Heaven and Hell48: Pamela Sue Anderson: Feminism and Patriarchy49: George Newlands: Salvation - Personal and PoliticalAfterword50: Andrew Hass: The Future of English Literature and Theology
Copyright Date
2009
Target Audience
Scholarly & Professional
Topic
Theology, Subjects & Themes / Religion, European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Christianity / Literature & the Arts
Dewey Decimal
820.9/38261
Dewey Edition
22
Genre
Literary Criticism, Religion

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