The novel, spirituality and modern culture: eight novelists write about their craft and their context
In this collection of essays, which considers the relationship between the novel and spirituality in the cultural setting of the present day, eight novelists draw upon their own experience of authorship.
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The spirit and writing in a secular world
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The dark night of the novel in an age of weak faith
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