Photos Copyright Credits:
Right Photo: ``Spanish Girl`` (1925), Ziona Tagar, Israel Museum collection.
Left Photo: Photo Deutsches Museum Munich Bar-Ilan University Press
Advanced
Book Details
Home Page New Titles Catalog Sales Members Shopping Cart Hebrew
Sales

Hebrew Book Week 2018 - All our books at discount of 40% of the catalog price

Bar-Ilan University
Electronic Books
New! eBooks
View our eBooks
Categories
New Titles
Albert Einstein and the Zionist Enterprise (1919-1955)Albert Einstein and the Zionist Enterprise (1919-1955)
By
Niv Goldstein

Immediacy after ConsciousnessImmediacy after Consciousness
By
Naomi Blank Dov Schwartz

Mikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - ChroniclesMikra'ot Gedolot - 'Haketer' - Chronicles
By
Menachem Cohen

The Motive in Criminal LawThe Motive in Criminal Law
By
Elkana Laist

Judaism at the CrossroadsJudaism at the Crossroads
By
Max Joseph Edited by George Y. Kohler

Daat 85Daat 85
Edited by
Avraham Elqayam Dov Schwartz Hanoch Ben-Pazi

B.D.D.- Bekhol Derakhekha Daehu 33B.D.D.- Bekhol Derakhekha Daehu 33
Edited by
Ely Merzbach

Home Page Scripturally Enslaved
From Category - Literature
Scripturally Enslaved
Bible Politics, Slavery, and the American Renaissance
By Shaindy Rudoff
Click to Enlarge

Description
investigates the ways in which the literature of the American Renaissance negotiates the ethical, theological, political, and aesthetic implications of the Bibles entanglement in the mid-nineteenth-century debates over slavery. In chapters on both nonfiction (sermons, ethnographies, and political speeches) and fiction (Edgar Allan Poes The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, Frederick Douglasss Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an America Slave, and Herman Melvilles Moby-Dick, among others), Scripturally Enslaved explores the ways in which antebellum writers represent and respond to the use of biblical materials in the politics of race. By examining the intersections of the discourses of religion and race, the book complicates the study of both religious experience and cultural engagement in the texts of the American Renaissance and extends the argument for the centrality of the slavery experience in all American texts of the period.

Title Details
Danacode: 110-20144
ISBN: 978-965-226-363-6
Categories: Literature English eBooks General History Publications in English
Published: November 2009
Language: English
405 gr
174 pages

In Stock
Price: $35.00 Internet Price: $30.00

Add to Cart

View (free) or purchase as electronic book
View (free) or purchase as electronic book

Attached Files
Introduction
English Contents

     
Privacy | Terms

About Us | Contact Us | Authors | Copyrights | In Press

Service | Disconnect

     


Built by Priza Information Systems Ltd