Literature, Arts, and Religion
Harry R. Garvin
Bucknell University Press, 1981 - Art - 185 pages
A collection of essays that discuss a wide range of art and literary forms, their religious content, and the fundamental concerns that relate the two. Illustrated.
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The Function of the Image
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