The Historical Jesus and the Literary Imagination 1860–1920
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Dr Jennifer Stevens teaches at The Godolphin And Latymer School, London and is a Founding Fellow of the English Association.
Contents Acknowledgements Author’s Note Introduction 1 The Victorians and the Bible 2 Nineteenth-Century Lives of Jesus 3 The Rise of the Fictional Jesus 4 The Fifth Gospel of Oscar Wilde 5 The Afterlife of Oscar Wilde’s Oral Tales 6 A Peculiar Protestant: The Gospels According to George Moore 7 George Moore’s Life of Jesus Conclusion Bibliography Index
It is refreshing to see attention being paid to the highly neglected and most interesting novelist George Moore. Stevens writes clearly and is most informative in this highly recommended study.
William Baker The Year's Work in English Studies
Size: 239 × 163 mm
Publication: July 14, 2010
Series: English Association Monographs 3