The Genesis of Fiction

The Genesis of Fiction Author Terry R. Wright
ISBN-10 9781317030768
Release 2016-03-09
Pages 200
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This book considers a range of twentieth-century novelists who practise a creative mode of reading the Bible, exploring aspects of the Book of Genesis which more conventional biblical criticism sometimes ignores. Each chapter considers some of the interpretive challenges of the relevant story in Genesis, especially those noted by rabbinic midrash, which serves as a model for such creative rewriting of the biblical text. All the novelists considered, from Mark Twain, John Steinbeck and Thomas Mann to Jeanette Winterson, Anita Diamant and Jenny Diski, are shown to have been aware of the midrashic tradition and in some cases to have incorporated significant elements from it into their own writing. The questions these modern and postmodern writers ask of the Bible, however, go beyond those permitted by the rabbis and by other believing interpretive communities. Each chapter therefore attempts to chart intertextually where the writers are coming from, what principles govern their mode of reading and rewriting Genesis, and what conclusions can be drawn about the ways in which it remains possible to relate to the Bible.



Sacred Game

Sacred Game Author Cesareo Bandera
ISBN-10 0271042052
Release 2010-11-01
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Sacred Game has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sacred Game also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sacred Game book for free.



Genesis History Fiction or Neither

Genesis  History  Fiction  or Neither Author James K. Hoffmeier
ISBN-10 9780310514954
Release 2015-05-12
Pages 176
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There is little doubt that in recent years the nature of the Genesis narrative has sparked much debate among Christians. This Counterpoints volume introduces three predominant interpretive genres and their implications for biblical understanding. Each contributor identifies their position on the genre of Genesis 1-11, addressing why it is appropriate to the text, and contributes examples of its application to a variety of passages. The contributors and views include: James K. Hoffmeier: Theological History Gordon J. Wenham: Proto-History Kenton L. Sparks: Ancient Historiography General editor and Old Testament scholar Charles Halton explains the importance of genre and provides historical insight in the introduction and helpful summaries of each position in the conclusion. In the reader-friendly Counterpoints format, this book helps readers to reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of each view and draw informed conclusions in this much-debated topic.



The Genesis of Lincoln

The Genesis of Lincoln Author James Harrison Cathey
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044105500078
Release 1899
Pages 307
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Donated by Carl W. Schaefer, not Harry Wood.



Genesis Fact or Fiction

Genesis   Fact or Fiction Author REV. ARTHUR ABRAHAM
ISBN-10 9781412228336
Release 2004
Pages 276
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"Genesis - Fact or Fiction?by REV. ARTHUR ABRAHAM is a detailed account of the first book of the old testament. The commentary overview is not based on the author's opinion. The book is established from and totally supported by the bible. The authors objective is to convey a clear understanding of the book of Genesis and highlights God's law on key issues that are still relevant in todays world. GENESIS - FACT OR FICTION? also gives the reader a detailed look at God's grace, love and mercy toward humanity as evidenced by his dealings with the main characters in Genesis."



Genesis Isaiah and Psalms

Genesis  Isaiah  and Psalms Author Katharine Julia Dell
ISBN-10 9789004182318
Release 2010
Pages 261
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Studies of Genesis, Isaiah and Psalms, key biblical texts that represent the interests of the honorand, Professor John Emerton. The comparison of biblical texts with the ancient Near East and archaeological finds; intertextual work, literary historical approaches, texts and versions and scholarly interpretations from the past are all represented.



The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction

The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction Author Jerrold E. Hogle
ISBN-10 0521794668
Release 2002-08-29
Pages 327
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Provides a survey of literary gothicism from its origins in Renaissance revenge tragedy, through eighteenth century novels and plays, to nineteenth and twentieth century film and fiction.



The Genesis Machine

The Genesis Machine Author James P. Hogan
ISBN-10 9780743435970
Release 2003-02-25
Pages 352
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Drafted to work on defense projects, mathematical physicist Brad Clifford defies his superiors to bring about world unification and teams up with a maverick fellow scientist to build a machine capable of neutralizing all weapons. Reprint.



The Genesis of Secrecy

The Genesis of Secrecy Author Frank Kermode
ISBN-10 0674345355
Release 1979
Pages 169
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Analyzes in detail the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John to understand how meaning is concealed and how it is revealed



Genesis History Fiction Or Neither

Genesis  History  Fiction  Or Neither Author Gordon John Wenham
ISBN-10 0310514940
Release 2015-03-26
Pages 176
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Genesis: History, Fiction, or Neither? presents the differing theological views of the Genesis narrative and explores the implications for understanding and interpreting Scripture.



The Genesis of Shakespeare s Art

The Genesis of Shakespeare s Art Author Edwin James Dunning
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101013358450
Release 1897
Pages 336
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The Genesis of Shakespeare s Art has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Genesis of Shakespeare s Art also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Genesis of Shakespeare s Art book for free.



From a Tiny Corner in the House of Fiction

From a Tiny Corner in the House of Fiction Author Iris Murdoch
ISBN-10 1570034990
Release 2003
Pages 267
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From a Tiny Corner in the House of Fiction gathers into a single volume twenty-three interviews with the British novelist and philosopher Dame Iris Murdoch (1919-1999) by some of the last half-century's foremost critics, academics, and journalists. Distinguished interviewers-including the renowned scholar Sir Frank Kermode, the theater critic Harold Hobson, and the writer and broadcaster Jonathan Miller-talk with Murdoch about her life, work, and philosophy. The resulting conversations offer access to Murdoch's beliefs on a wide range of topics and on her techniques and intentions as a writer. The interviews collectively trace an evolution in Murdoch's convictions, particularly on the subjects of religion and politics. Murdoch shares details of both her created and lived worlds, talking frankly about the difficulties facing a novelist writing in the second half of the twentieth century. She speaks at length about many of her novels and characters, explaining their philosophical and ethical foundations and clarifying points that have puzzled readers. Especially interesting are her views on such subjects as politics and freedom, women's education, the good life, and the possibilities for spiritual life after the demise of organized religions. Gillian Dooley introduces the collection with an analysis of Murdoch's work, looking closely at her method of composition and development of character and situation. Dooley also provides background information for each of the interviews, along with a thorough index.



Genetic Criticism

Genetic Criticism Author Jed Deppman
ISBN-10 0812237773
Release 2004-03-17
Pages 258
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This volume introduces English speakers to genetic criticism, arguably the most important critical movement in France today. In recent years, French literary scholars have been exploring the interpretive possibilities of textual history, turning manuscript study into a recognized form of literary criticism. They have clearly demonstrated that manuscripts can be used for purposes other than establishing an accurate text of a work. Although its raw material is a writer's manuscripts, genetic criticism owes more to structuralist and poststructuralist notions of textuality than to philology and textual criticism. As Genetic Criticism demonstrates, the chief concern is not the "final" text but the reconstruction and analysis of the writing process. Geneticists find endless richness in what they call the "avant-texte": a critical gathering of a writer's notes, sketches, drafts, manuscripts, typescripts, proofs, and correspondence. Together, the essays in this volume reveal how genetic criticism cooperates with such forms of literary study as narratology, linguistics, psychoanalysis, sociocriticism, deconstruction, and gender theory. Genetic Criticism contains translations of eleven essays, general theoretical analyses as well as studies of individual authors such as Flaubert, Proust, Joyce, Zola, Stendhal, Chateaubriand, and Montaigne. Some of the essays are foundational statements, while others deal with such recent topics as noncanonical texts and the potential impact of hypertext on genetic study. A general introduction to the book traces genetic criticism's intellectual history, and separate introductions give precise contexts for each essay.



Novel Horizons

Novel Horizons Author Gerd Bayer
ISBN-10 9781526100481
Release 2016-07-15
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Novel horizons analyses how narrative prose fiction developed during the English Restoration. It argues that after 1660, generic changes within dramatic texts occasioned an intense debate within prologues and introductions. This discussion about the poetics of a genre was echoed in the paratextual material of prose fictions. In the absence of an official poetics that defined prose fiction, paratexts ful­filled this function and informed readers about the budding genre. This study traces the piecemeal development of these boundaries and describes the generic competence of readers through the analysis of paratexts and prose fictions. Novel horizons covers the surviving textual material widely, focusing on narrative prose fictions published between 1660 and 1710. In addition to tracing the paratextual poetics of Restoration fiction, this book also covers the state of the art of fiction-writing during the period, discussing character development, narrative point of view and questions of fictionality and realism.



Gothic Fiction

Gothic Fiction Author Angela Wright
ISBN-10 9781137039910
Release 2007-07-20
Pages 192
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What is the Gothic? Few literary genres have attracted so much praise and critical disdain simultaneously. This Guide returns to the Gothic novel's first wave of popularity, between 1764 and 1820, to explore and analyse the full range of contradictory responses that the Gothic evoked. Angela Wright appraises the key criticism surrounding the Gothic fiction of this period, from eighteenth-century accounts to present-day commentaries. Adopting an easy-to-follow thematic approach, the Guide examines: - contemporary criticism of the Gothic - the aesthetics of terror and horror - the influence of the French Revolution - religion, nationalism and the Gothic - the relationship between psychoanalysis and the Gothic - the relationship between gender and the Gothic. Concise and authoritative, this indispensable Guide provides an overview of Gothic criticism and covers the work of a variety of well-known Gothic writers, such as Horace Walpole, Ann Radcliffe, Matthew Lewis and many others.



Clan of Cain

Clan of Cain Author Shane Lester
ISBN-10 1931391467
Release 2001-06-01
Pages 160
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Deep in the woods of Tennessee in 1835, an unparalleled encounter occurs. A man, a myth and the obsession to know the truth will reveal a story that will forever change the way you think about Bigfoot.



Secrets Lies and Fiction

Secrets  Lies  and Fiction Author Daria N. Samokhina
ISBN-10 OCLC:905886449
Release 2015
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This dissertation examines the relationship between deceptive and near-deceptive rhetorical structures (such as secrets, lies, and fiction) and the process of individuation in Rousseau's autobiographical works. Individuation starts as a realization of the separation that exists between the mind of a subject and the minds of other social agents. This cognitive ability is called separation of consciousness: it is the belief that our own mind and inner-self are not readily available to others. The opposite of this belief is the illusion of transparency. In Rousseau's texts, deception is often impelled by separation of consciousness, which is a fundamental step in the process of formation of the self. The ability to deceive depends on how well a person can realize the separation of consciousness and also how well one can manipulate symbolic representations. Chapter One and Two analyze individuation grounded in the principle of transparency and the way in which Rousseau's autobiographical project conveys a new idea of individuation based on the notions of separation and difference. Chapter Three describes in detail the different situations in Rousseau's self-referential texts in which self-individuation does or does not take place. Chapter Four brings together two perspectives -- the social and cognitive phenomenon of self-individuation and the issues of representation -- in order to expose how self-individuation relates to the abilities to keep secrets, lie, and fictionalize oneself. This dissertation studies the relationship between deception and self-individuation in works that were among the first self-referential texts to actualize this link: Rousseau's autobiographical texts, primarily Les Confessions (1764-1770), Rousseau juge de Jean-Jacques (1772-1775), and Les Rêveries du promeneur solitaire (1776-1778).