The Great Code: The Bible and Literature
An examination of the influence of the Bible on Western art and literature and on the Western creative imagination in general. Frye persuasively presents the Bible as a unique text distinct from all other epics and sacred writings. “No one has set forth so clearly, so subtly, or with such cogent energy as Frye the literary aspect of our biblical heritage” (New York Times Book Review). Indices.
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Review: The Great Code: The Bible and LiteratureUser Review - Jonathan Gill - Goodreads
The title is a reference to William Blake, not Dan Brown. Northrop Frye, a leading scholar in the New Criticism movement, has set out to apply his literary theory to the Bible. Why? His answer is that ... Read full review
Review: The Great Code: The Bible and LiteratureUser Review - Dan Scott - Goodreads
very good introduction of literary views of scripture Read full review