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The Book Of Judith

Author : Morton Scott Enslin
ISBN : 9004035958
Genre : Bible
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The Sword Of Judith

Author : Kevin R. Brine
ISBN : 9781906924157
Genre : Religion
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The Book of Judith tells the story of a fictitious Jewish woman beheading the general of the most powerful imaginable army to free her people. The parabolic story was set as an example of how God will help the righteous. Judith's heroic action not only became a validating charter myth of Judaism itself but has also been appropriated by many Christian and secular groupings, and has been an inspiration for numerous literary texts and works of art. It continues to exercise its power over artists, authors and academics and is becoming a major field of research in its own right. The Sword of Judith is the first multidisciplinary collection of essays to discuss representations of Judith throughout the centuries. It transforms our understanding across a wide range of disciplines. The collection includes new archival source studies, the translation of unpublished manuscripts, the translation of texts unavailable in English, and Judith images and music.
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Judith

Author : Carey A. Moore
ISBN : UOM:39015011275388
Genre : Religion
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A modern translation of this Apocryphal Scripture is accompanied by information about its background, story, and meaning
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Tobit And Judith

Author : Benedikt Otzen
ISBN : 0826460534
Genre : Religion
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Part of the popular textbook series introducing key themes and issues of books of the Apocrypha and Jewish Pseudepigrapha. The two apochryphal books, Tobit and Judith, are Jewish legends presumably created in the 3rd or 2nd century BCE, the first in the Eastern Diaspora, the other in Palestine. The events related are placed in the Assyrian epoch in the 7th century BCE. The book discusses the problems between real history and historical fiction, the genres and purposes of the two books, and the literary and religious motives of the tales. Also dealt with are textual problems such as the Greek text in the Septuagint vs. Hebrew and Aramaic Tobit-fragments from Qumran.
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Judith Butler

Author : Moya Lloyd
ISBN : 9780745626123
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With the publication of her highly acclaimed and much-cited book Gender Trouble, Judith Butler became one of the most influential feminist theorists of her generation. Her theory of gender performativity and her writings on corporeality, on the injurious capacity of language, on the vulnerability of human life to violence and on the impact of mourning on politics have, taken together, comprised a substantial and highly original body of work that has a wide and truly cross-disciplinary appeal. In this lively book, Moya Lloyd provides both a clear exposition and an original critique of Butler's work. She examines Butlers core ideas, traces the development of her thought from her first book to her most recent work, and assesses Butlers engagements with the philosophies of Hegel, Foucault, Derrida, Irigaray and de Beauvoir, as well as addressing the nature and impact of Butler's writing on feminist theory. Throughout Lloyd is particularly concerned to examine Butler's political theory, including her critical interventions in such contemporary political controversies as those surrounding gay marriage, hate-speech, human rights, and September 11 and its aftermath. Judith Butler offers an accessible and original contribution to existing debates that will be an invaluable resource for students and scholars alike.
Category: Literary Criticism

Judith Godwin

Author : Lowery Stokes Sims
ISBN : 9781935617068
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This catalogue accompanies the exhibition "Judith Godwin: Paintings, 1954-2002." It includes color illustrations of the eighteen works included in the show, an introduction by Ira Spanierman, and essays by Lowery Stokes Sims and David Ebony.
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Judith Butler

Author : Sara Salih
ISBN : 0415215196
Genre : Social Science
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This introduction places Butler's ideas in their theoretical and philosophical contexts, analyzing her key works and their impact on contemporary thought.
Category: Social Science

Selected Writings Of Judith Sargent Murray

Author : Judith Sargent Murray
ISBN : 9780195078831
Genre : Business & Economics
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* Includes selections from The Gleaner, her major work, and other publications As a novelist, essayist, dramatist, and poet, Judith Sargent Murray candidly and often humorously asserted her opinions about the social and political conditions of women in late eighteenth-century America. As a committed feminist, she urged American women to enter a 'new era in female history', yet published her own writings under a man's name in the hopes of more widely disseminating her ideas.
Category: Business & Economics