Recent Critical Articles Almond, I. “Borges the Post-Orientalist: Images of Islam from the Edge of the West.” Modern Fiction Studies 50.2 (2004): 435–459. Armour, Leslie. “Religion and the re ﬂ ective self: Coleridges platonism revisited.” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 10.3 (2002): 467–475. Brumbaugh, B. “Jerusalem Delivered and the Allegory of Sidney’s Revised Arcadia.” Modern Philology 101.3 (2004): 337–370. Buchanan, Charles. “Spiritual and Spatial Authority in Medieval Lucca: Illuminated Manuscripts, Stational Liturgy and the Gregorian Reform.” Art History 27.5 (2004): 723–744. Chapman, A. “Flaying Bartholomew: Jonson’s Hagiographic Parody.” Modern Philology 101.4 (2004): 511–541. Christianity and Literature 53.1 (2004) includes the following articles: Ringer, J. “Faith and Language: Walter Hilton, St. Augustine, and Post-structural Semiotics.” 3–18. Joeckel, S.T. “Narratives of Hope, Fictions of Happiness: Samuel Johnson and Enlightenment Experience.” 19–40. McNamee, B. “The Flowering Cross: Su ﬀ ering, Reality, and the Christ Motif in Francis Stuart’s The Pillar of Cloud and Redemption.” 41–58. Wriglesworth, C. “George A. Buttrick and Frederick Buechner: Mes- sengers of Reconciling Laughter.” 59–76. Colon, S.E. “The Possession of Paradise: A.S. Byatt’s Reinscription of Milton.” 77–98. Capitani, D.N. “Ideas of the Good: Iris Murdoch’s The Sea, The Sea.” 99–110. Christianity and Literature 53.2 (2004)
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Published: Jan 1, 2004
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