The Grotesque in Art and Literature: Theological Reflections
While there has been a growing interest in the use of grotesque imagery in art and literature, very little attention has been given to the religious and theological significance of such imagery. This fascinating book redresses that neglect by exploring the religious meaning of the grotesque and its importance as a subject for theological inquiry.
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The Grotesque and Our Future
The Grotesque Theologically Considered
Carnal Abominations The Female Body as Grotesque
Hieronymus Bosch The Grotesque and We
Ugly Beauty in Christian Art
Francis Bacon The Iconography of Crucifixion Grotesque Imagery and Religious Meaning
Grinning DeathsHead Hamlet and the Vision of the Grotesque
The Religious Dimensions of the Grotesque in Literature Toni Morrisons Beloved
The Dramatic Version of Ballad of a Sweet Dream of Peace A Charade for Easter with the authors introduction
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