God's Fiction: Symbolism and Allegory in the Works of George MacDonald

God's Fiction: Symbolism and Allegory in the Works of George MacDonald

by David Robb
     
 

George Macdonald (1824-1905) was a writer whose style, ideas, person, and genres of work defy quick analysis and simple interpretation. His books, from their beginnings in the mid 1850s to this present day, have always elicited strong and extremely varied responses. They were both extolled and criticized in his own time, and have been revered and ignored in our own.…  See more details below

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George Macdonald (1824-1905) was a writer whose style, ideas, person, and genres of work defy quick analysis and simple interpretation. His books, from their beginnings in the mid 1850s to this present day, have always elicited strong and extremely varied responses. They were both extolled and criticized in his own time, and have been revered and ignored in our own. The Sunrise Masterline Series is a gathering together of articles, essays, studies, and personal glimpses about the writings and person of George MacDonald so that 20th century readers of his works will have tools at their disposal to enable them more fully to understand his message.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780940652378
Publisher:
Sunrise Books
Publication date:
08/01/1989
Series:
Masterline Ser.
Pages:
136

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