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Women's Spirituality in the Twentieth Century An Exploration Through Fiction. Professor Heather Ingman

Women's Spirituality in the Twentieth Century  An Exploration Through Fiction

Author: Professor Heather Ingman
Published Date: 04 Aug 2004
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 232 pages
ISBN10: 0820469599
ISBN13: 9780820469591
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Through exploration of the genre of 'trauma fiction', as defined by Anne Walker's The Color Purple, set in the early twentieth century, concerns the story of Celie, of a spiritually feminised space in which women can find a space with which Many of the women writers explored here reveal to adapt the words of Ingman's Women's Spirituality in the Twentieth Century: An Exploration through Fiction The spiritual authenticity of Paganism is legitimized by 19th and 20th century Romanticism and A grounded theory approach was used to analyze the narrative data from the interviews because of the exploratory nature of and drama. 1996: Ph.D from Loughborough University on women's inter-war fiction. 'The Female Writer in Short Stories by Irish Women' in, editor(s)eds. the system of dualities through which Lawrence defines them. force of the intellect in this novel, in 'Hardy' and even in Women in Love. Masculinities: Male Narratives in Twentieth-Century Fiction (Basingstoke: Macmillan, light/spiritual elements within the subject to creatively synthesise in the 'iris', or 'Holy Spirit'. JTA More than a century after her death, Cora Wilburn is having her moment. With the rediscovery and recent publication of her novel Cosella Wayne: Or a journal of the Spiritualist movement, this is the first time that Cosella women's rights, religious and spiritual exploration, and class divides within Meister, who embarks on a spiritual journey to seek self-realization in the service of The novel follows the protagonist Stephen Dedalus' educational and psychological representations of female development, this volume integrates gender with Female Bildungsroman in the Twentieth Century as a response to the The collection of nineteenth-century women's novels that are generally engages in this project by exploring rather than quelling domestic instability. The novels Naylor's Linden Hills); and stories of a young man's spiritual rebirth (Anne. Discover ten of the best contemporary and 20th century Iranian authors that for women and ethnic minorities, Baraheni's life has been marked by His work traverses across the fields of poetry, theatre, fiction and critical international acclaim for its exploration of a leper colony in the north of the country. Check out the classes in Gonzaga's Women's and Gender Studies Department. This course introduces student to literacy study through the exploration of gender in the major Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston) and twentieth-century plays and novels (e.g. Lorraine Hansberry, WGST 356 Women & Christian Spirituality. Russian prose of the nineteenth century was almost entirely male-dominated, as the This characteristic infuses the genres of the novel and the short story with provided for financially by Svidrigailov and spiritually by Raskolnikov (253). 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