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Spiritual identities : literature and the post-secular imagination

Author: Jo Carruthers; Andrew Tate
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Peter Lang, 2010.
Series: Cultural interactions : studies in the relationship between the arts, v. 17
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This collection of essays considers the return of the religious in contemporary literary studies. In the twenty-first century it is now possible to detect a new sacred 'turn' in thought and writing. For some writers, this post-secular identity plays itself out in both a recuperation of religious traditions (Catholicism, Puritanism, Judaism) and a re-invention of the religious imaginary (apophaticism, messianism,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Kongress
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Lancaster (Lancashire, 2004)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jo Carruthers; Andrew Tate
ISBN: 9783039119257 3039119257
OCLC Number: 312096149
Description: xi, 236 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface / GAVIN D'COSTA ----
Introduction : Writing Post-Secularity / ARTHUR BRADLEY, JO CARRUTHERS AND ANDREW TATE ----
1. 'Never Enough Silence': Conflicts Between Spiritual and Literary Creativity / SARA MAITLAND ---
2. The Liminal Spiritual Identity of Susanna Harrison (1752-1784) / NANCY JIWON CHO ---
3. Evangelicalism and Religious Crisis: The Experience of George Eliot / BRIAN INGRAM ---
4. A Spiritual Geography of Wuthering Heights / SIMON MARSDEN ---
5. Sensibility into Sense: Barbauld, Hemans and Religious Commitment / EMMA MASON ---
6. Spiritual Humanisms / ANDY MOUSLEY ---
7. Identity, Inferiority and Snow / DAVID M. BUYZE ---
8. Consumer in a Coma: Douglas Couplands Rewriting of the Contemporary Apocalypse / MARY MCCAMPBELL ---
9. 'Multiplicity Destroyed by Singularity': Salman Rushdie and Religious Hybridity / NICOLE M. GYULAY ---
10. Controlling the Word: Authority and Exegesis in Octavia Butler's Parables / SARAH WOOD ---
11. Israel under the Shadow of the Holocaust in David Grossman's See Under: Love: A Post-Religious National Entity? / ANNA HARTNELL ---
12. Sex and Satanism in Susan Howatch's The High Flyer and The Heartbreaker / WILLIAM KUPERSMITH AND JAN S. WAPLES ---
13. 'Call God Jouissance': Sara Maitland and the Moral Psychotic / JOHN RUSSELL.
Series Title: Cultural interactions : studies in the relationship between the arts, v. 17
Responsibility: Jo Carruthers and Andrew Tate (eds).
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