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From the Publisher"A distinguished list of contributors provide an absorbing authoritative account of the reception of the 1611 Bible and its continuing effect on modern literature."
"This is a superb collection of essays, at once an essential introduction to crucial aspects of the King James version and a magnificent spur to further thought."
-David Norton, Victoria University of Wellington
"The King James Bible after 400 Years provides an authoritative source for scholars and students who want to understand the historical background, cultural stakes, and literary reception of the KJB."
-BRIAN BRITT, Virginia Tech. Journal of Religion vol. 92, number 1
"This engaging collection of essays is a major contribution from Cambridge University Press to the celebrations surrounding the four-hundredth anniversary of the King James Bible (KJB)."
—William Gibson, Anglican and Episcopal History