Modern Believing

MANNERLY DEVOTION: TOUCHES OF GRACE IN ROMEO AND JULIET

Modern Believing (2017), 58, (2), 159–170.

Abstract

Through an analysis of the sense of touch and its erotic, devotional, and tragic significance in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, this essay considers how theatrical performance might contribute to a theological imagination of bodily life and its transfiguration by grace.

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Coppa, Christian

Coppa, Christian