Evidence on Her Own Behalf: Women's Narrative as Theological Voice
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1990 - 151 ページ
This examination of women's history, literary theory and narrative theology creates a foundation for a critique of contemporary Communitarian ethics. The book attempts to enable women to understand what their experience has been, thus allowing them to question the meanings of this experience.
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Undermining an Ideal
The Structure of the Novel and Womens Narrative Voice
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