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Let her speak for herself : nineteenth-century women writing on the women in Genesis

Author: Marion Ann Taylor; Heather E Weir
Publisher: Waco, Tex. : Baylor University Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The women of Genesis intrigued and informed the lives of nineteenth-century women. These women read the biblical stories and looked for ways to expand, reinforce, or challenge traditional  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marion Ann Taylor; Heather E Weir
ISBN: 9781932792539 1932792538
OCLC Number: 234103063
Description: xvii, 495 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Cover --
Table of Contents --
Preface --
Introduction --
Part 1: Eve--
The Mother of Us All --
1: Hannah Mather Crocker --
2: Lucy Bartoa --
3: Esther Hewlett Copley --
4: Favell Lee Mortimer --
5: Sarah Moore Grimke --
6: Angelina Emily Grimke Weld --
7: Catherine Hunt Putnam --
8: E.C.C. Baillie --
9: Cecil Frances (Fanny) Alexander --
10: Sophia Goodrich Ashton --
11: Christina Georgina Rossetti --
12: Charlotte Maria Tucker (A.L.O.E.) --
13: Sarah Town Martyn --
14: Elizabeth Rundle Charles --
15: Etty Woosnam --
16: Ray Frank --
17: Henriette Greenebaum Frank --
18: Julia Wedgwood --
19: Lillie Devereux Blake --
20: Elizabeth Baxter --
Conclusion --
Part 2: Sarah--
The First Mother of Israel --
21: Sarah Trimmer --
22: Frances Elizabeth King --
23: Sarah Ewing Hall --
24: Grace Aguilar --
25: Rebekah Hyneman --
26: Elizabeth Fries Ellet --
27: Catherine Hunt Putnam --
28: Sophia Goodrich Ashton --
29: Harriet Beecher Stowe --
30: Etty Woosnam --
31: Julia Wedgwood --
32: Clara Bewick Colby --
33: Elizabeth Baxter --
Conclusion --
Part 3: Hagar--
The Wanderer --
34: Sarah Trimmer --
35: Sarah Hall --
36: Grace Aguilar --
37: Penina Moise --
38: Susan Warner --
39: Charlotte Maria Tucker (A.L.O.E.) --
40: Sarah Town Martyn --
41: Harriet Beecher Stowe --
42: Etty Woosnam --
43: Mary Elizabeth Beck --
44: Harriet Morton --
45: M.G. --
46: Josephine Elizabeth Butler --
47: Sarah Elizabeth Turnock --
48: Eloise Alberta Bibb --
49: Mary L.T. Witter --
Conclusion --
Part 4: Rebekah--
Mother of Two Nations --
50: Frances Elizabeth King --
51: Lady Morgan --
52: Grace Aguilar --
53: Cecil Frances (Fanny) Alexander --
54: Sarah Hale --
55: Susan Warner --
56: Etty Woosnam --
57: Elizabeth Julia Hasell --
58: Mary L.T. Witter --
59: Mary Elizabeth Beck --
60: M.G. --
61: Ada Ruth Habershon --
Conclusion --
Part 5: Leah and Rachel--
Founders of the House of Israel --
62: Adelaide O'Keefe --
63: Mary Cornwallis --
64: Sarah Hall --
65: Grace Aguilar --
66: Clara Lucas Balfour --
67: Sarah Hale --
68: Constance and Annie de Rothschild --
69: Harriet Beecher Stowe --
70: Leigh Norval --
71: M.G. --
72: Elizabeth Baxter --
73: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Clara Bewick Colby --
Conclusion --
Part 6: Lot's Wife and Daughters, Dinah, Tamar, and Potiphar's Wife--
The Other Women of Genesis --
74: Sarah Trimmer --
75: Mary Cornwallis --
76: Sarah Ewing Hall --
77: Eliza Smith --
78: S.G. Ashton --
79.
Responsibility: Marion Ann Taylor and Heather E. Weir, editors.
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This remarkable volume not only fills a painful lacuna in the history of biblical interpretation, but it opens up a new field within the discipline by recovering hundreds of forgotten female voices. Read more...

 
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