Novel, Spirituality and Modern Culture: Eight Novelists Write about Their Craft and Their Context

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If, as contributorDonna Tartt writes, the novel in its history and genesis is an emphatically secular art form: the product of a secular society, addressing primarily secular concerns, how can there be any relationship between spirituality and narrative fiction? Are there any specific factors in the form of the novel and in modern culture generally which might make the novel an unsuitable medium for the exploration of religious experience and spiritual values, or can the novel take the reader on a journey of spiritual ...

Novel, Spirituality and Modern Culture: Eight Novelists Write about Their Craft and Their Context 2000, University of Wales Press

ISBN-13: 9780708315996

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Novel, Spirituality and Modern Culture: Eight Novelists Write about Their Craft and Their Context 2000, University of Wales Press

ISBN-13: 9780708315989

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