The Great Code: The Bible and Literature
"A world-renowned critic and scholar examines the continuing cultural importance of the Bible as the single most important influence in the imaginative tradition of Western art and literature. Frye rejects both dogmatic and literal interpretations while celebrating the uniqueness of the Bible as distinct from all other epics and sacred texts. His highly original analysis shows the Bible as redeeming history with a visionary poetic perspective that complements science in the understanding of man's nature."--Book cover.
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Review: The Great CodeUser Review - Chris Bradley - Christianbook.com
I didn't even like my literature classes in college, but I thoroughly loved this book. It is a scholarly, yet non-christian perspective on the literary features of the Bible and how the Bible's ... Read full review