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Books and bodies, women and books, and the malleable word and flesh lie thematically at the center of The Gendered Palimpsest, which explores the roles that women played in the production, reproduction, and dissemination of early Christian books, and how the representation of female characters was contested through the medium of writing and copying. The book is organized in two sections, the first of which treats historical questions: To what extent were women authors, scribes, book-lenders, and patrons of early ...

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    • Title: The Gendered Palimpsest by Kim Haines-Eitzen
    • Publisher: Oxford University Press Academic US
    • Print ISBN: 9780195171297, 0195171292
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    • Edition: 2011
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