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Renascence

Volume 66, Issue 2, Spring 2014
Critical Perspectives on Marilynne Robinson

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Editor’s Note
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Paul Tyndall, Fred Ribkoff Loss, Longing, and the Optative Mode in Marilynne Robinson’s Housekeeping: on the Spiritual Value of Ruth’s Wandering Narrative
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Haein Park The Face of the Other: Suffering, Kenosis, and a Hermeneutics of Love in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Letters and Papers from Prison and Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead
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D. W. Schmidt In the Name of the Father: Male Voice, Feminist Authorship, and the Reader in Gilead
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Justin Evans Subjectivity and the Possibility of Change in the Novels of Marilynne Robinson
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Rebecca M. Painter On the Responsibility of Churches to Safeguard and Promote the Spirit of Democracy, the Potential of the Humanities, and Other Thoughts — An Interview with Marilynne Robinson
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Notes on Contributors
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