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The historical Jesus and the literary imagination, 1860-1920

Jennifer Stevens

The historical Jesus and the literary imagination, 1860-1920

by Jennifer Stevens

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Published by Liverpool University Press, English Association in Liverpool .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • In literature,
  • Christianity in literature,
  • Bible

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-303) and index.

    StatementJennifer Stevens
    SeriesEnglish Association studies -- 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR468.B5 S74 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination312 p. ;
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25567132M
    ISBN 101846314704
    ISBN 109781846314704
    OCLC/WorldCa506252026

    In her book The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination –, Jennifer Stevens cites Quarantine as a recent "high" in the history of representations of Jesus in fiction, contrasted with the recent "low" of Jeffrey Archer's novella The Gospel According to : Jim Crace. In her book The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination –, Jennifer Stevens cites The Gospel According to Judas as a recent "low" in the history of representations of Jesus in fiction, contrasted with the recent "high" of Jim Crace's novel : Jeffrey Archer and Frank Moloney.

    The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination, by Jennifer Stevens, July Fictional reconstructions of the Gospels continue to find a place in contemporary literature and in the popular imagination. George Moore's Life of Jesus George Moore's Life of Jesus Chapter: (p) Chapter 7 George Moore's Life of Jesus Source: The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination, – Publisher: Liverpool University Press.

    Robert Fortune, Camellia sinensis, and the Nineteenth-Century Global Imagination. Lynn Voskuil. book review. Gothic Riffs: Secularizing the Uncanny in the European Imaginary, – The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination – Andrew King. The Historical Jesus is a completely different kind of book. The blurb on my copy describes it as a "bestseller", but that seems a rather unlikely fate for a book that begins with a survey of the social anthropology of honour-shame societies and its relationship to the ecology of the Mediterranean!


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In response to theologians’ quest for the historical Jesus, a new genre of Gospel-inspired fictional reconstructions became increasingly popular during the Victorian period. By exploring how such writers as Oscar Wilde, George Moore and Marie Corelli used fiction to revitalize the Scriptures, Stevens shows that they not only helped to disseminate modernist theology to the reading public but.

Though The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination, runs well into the twentieth century, though it quotes authorities already weary of new books on the subject as early asand though in its own analysis this earlier phase arguably peaked as late as with George Moore''s The Brook Kerith, a novel centered upon Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus, and Paul, still her study documents a.

In The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination,Jennifer Stevens examines the late nineteenth and early twentieth century fad for writing biblical fiction. Although most scholars have dated the beginning of this trend to the early twentieth century, Stevens pushes the date further back into the nineteenth century.

Though The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination, runs well into the twentieth century, though it quotes authorities already weary of new books on the subject as early asand though in its own analysis this earlier phase arguably peaked as late as with George Moore’s The Brook Kerith, a novel centered upon Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus, and Paul, still her study documents a clear Author: Edward Adams.

Abstract. Book review of The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination by Jennifer Stevens, Liverpool University Press, English Association Author: Andrew King.Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since An Open Access edition of this book is available on the Liverpool University Press website and the OAPEN library.

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