The Study of Literature and Religion: An Introduction
An exploration of the relationship between literature and religion, which adopts an interdisciplinary approach, aiming to provide an introduction to the variety of ways in which literature, literary theory and theology are related.
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2 Poetry Belief and Devotion
3 The Poetry of the Resurrection
4 Morality and the Text
5 Beauty the True and the Good
6 Hermeneutics Literary Theory and the Bible
7 The Limits of Formalism and the Theology of Hope
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