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Readings From The Book Of Exile

Author : Padraig O'Tuama
ISBN : 9781848252059
Genre : Poetry
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The first, long-awaited poetry collection from P draig Tuama, interweaving parable, poetry, art, activism and philosophy into an original and striking expression of faith. His poems emerge powerfully from a context of struggle and conflict and yet are filled with hope.
Category: Poetry

Empire And Exile

Author : Steed Vernyl Davidson
ISBN : 9780567470713
Genre : Religion
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Empire and Exile explores the impact of Babylonian aggression upon the book of Jeremiah by calling attention to the presence of the empire and showing how the book of Jeremiah can be read as resistant responses to the inevitability of imperial power and the experience of exile. With the insight of postcolonial theory, resistance is framed in these readings as finding a place in the world even though not controlling territory and therefore surviving social death. It argues that even though exile is not prevented, exile is experienced in the constituting of a unique place in the world rather than in the assimilation of the nation. The insights of postcolonial theory direct this reading of the book of Jeremiah from the perspective of the displaced. Theorists Homi Bhabha, Partha Chatterjee, Stuart Hall, and bell hooks provide lenses to read issues peculiar to groups affected by dominant powers such as empires. The use of these theories helps highlight issues such as marginality, hybridity, national identity as formative tools in resistance to empire and survival in exile.
Category: Religion

Julia Kristeva

Author : A. Smith
ISBN : 9780230372078
Genre : Psychology
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Literature can have a disturbing effect on its readers. It unsettles our hold on everyday experience and makes us strangers and exiles. Anna Smith argues that this is the side of literature which attracts critic and psychoanalyst Julia Kristeva. Kristeva is drawn to states of extremity where language and the psyche are under duress, and in this book Smith examines the way the alchemical properties of words may transform these extremities into what Kristeva calls 'a fire of tongues, an exit from representation'.
Category: Psychology

Banished Voices

Author : Gareth D. Williams
ISBN : 0521451361
Genre : History
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Examines the literary complexities of the melancholic poetry which Ovid wrote while in exile in Tomis.
Category: History

Isaiah 53 In The Light Of Homecoming After Exile

Author : Fredrik Hägglund
ISBN : 3161497732
Genre : Religion
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The author presents a new interpretation of the servant's suffering, which is based on the relationship between the people in the land and those who returned from exile.
Category: Religion

In The Shelter

Author : Pádraig Ó Tuama
ISBN : 9781473606098
Genre : Religion
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Hello to here. Hello to the name of here. What is the name for the place where you now are? To name a place requires us to be in a place. It requires close looking; it requires the dedication of observation and the commitment to truth. It requires us to resist dreaming of where we should be, and look around where we are. In this book of contemplation, poet, storyteller and theologian Padraig O Tuama relates ideas of shelter to journeys of life, opening up gentle ways of living well in a troubled world. Drawing inspiration from the Irish saying 'It is the shelter of each other that the people live', it also reflects on Jesus' simple greeting to his disciples on Easter Sunday, as described in the fourth gospel, as it invites us into a place of deep encounter with ourselves, our fears, each other and the sense of divinity embodied in a simple word: 'Hello'. Interweaving everyday stories with narrative theology, gospel reflections with mindfulness, and Celtic spirituality with poetry, In The Shelter reveals the transformational power of welcome.
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Prophets Before The Exile

Author : Christopher R. Smith
ISBN : 9780830895533
Genre : Religion
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The Israelites were in trouble. And they had no one to blame but themselves. Rejecting God's instructions for abundant life lived close to him, they went their own way—a way of broken relationships, selfishness and idolatry. Into the midst of Israel's self-caused chaos the prophets came, speaking words of truth and love from God. They weren't powerful or well-known or wealthy; in fact, they came from the fringes of society, from the ranks of those overlooked by most people but seen and deeply loved by God. And they were willing to be used by God, ready to listen for his voice, faithful to deliver it. They were also creative, using poetry and songs to deliver some of the hardest as well as most tender words of God recorded in Scripture. Their message is one we desperately need today in the chaos of our world: Love God. Do justice. Live as God's beloved people, reflecting him to a world in need. This study will help you understand their messages to Israel in their own time and equip you to live prophetically and creatively as God's people today. The Understanding the Books of the Bible series moves groups away from a typical Bible study format into a new approach to experiencing the Bible together. Instead of following artificial chapter and verse divisions, these study guides lead groups through whole books following their natural outlines and flow. They pose engaging questions for discussion with personal implications all along the way, leading to a community Bible experience.
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Oxford Readings In Ovid

Author : Peter E. Knox
ISBN : 9780199281152
Genre : Literary Criticism
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No other ancient poet has had such a hold on the imagination of readers as Ovid. Through the centuries, artists, writers, and poets have found in his work inspiration for new creative endeavors. This anthology of twenty of the most influential papers published in the last thirty years represents the broad range of critical and scholarly approaches to Ovid's work. The entire range of his poetry, from the Amores to the Epistles from the Black Sea, is discussed by some of the leading scholars of Latin poetry, employing, critical methods ranging from philology to contemporary literary theory. In an introductory essay, Peter Knox surveys Ovidian scholarship over this period and locates the assembled papers within recent critical trends. Taken together, the articles in this collection offer the interested reader, whether experienced scholar or novice, an entree into the current critical discourse on Ovid, who is at once one of the most accessible authors of classical antiquity and one of the least understood. "
Category: Literary Criticism

Readings From The Edges

Author : Jean-Pierre Ruiz
ISBN : 9781570759444
Genre : Religion
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Weaving together a range of 'border' themes - migration, postcolonialism, living in exile, and the immigrant experience - these readings bring fresh new insights to scholars, clergy, and others with backgrounds in contemporary theology and biblical study.
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Figurations Of Exile In Hitchcock And Nabokov

Author : Barbara Straumann
ISBN : 9780748636471
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book makes an important contribution to cultural analysis by opening up the work of two canonical authors to issues of exile and migration. Barbara Straumann's close reading of selected films and literary texts focuses on Speak, Memory, Lolita, The Real Life of Sebastian Knight, Suspicion, North by Northwest and Shadow of a Doubt and explores the connections between language, imagination and exile. Invoking psychoanalysis as the principal discourse of dislocation, the book not only uses concepts such as 'screen memory', 'family romance', 'fantasy' and 'the uncanny' as hermeneutic foils, it also argues that, in their own ways, the arch-parodists Hitchcock and Nabokov are remarkably in tune with the images and tropes developed by Freud.
Category: Literary Criticism