CitationDuquette, Natasha (ed.). Sublimer Aspects: Interfaces between Literature, Aesthetics, and Theology. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.
Table of ContentsCalvin and Hobbes: Providence and politics in Robinson Crusoe / Ben Faber -- Satire, and providence, and Pope / Katherine Quinsey -- Fate, faith, and freewill: Voltaire's Candide and Pascal's Pensées / Melora G. Vandersluis -- Kant's "Safe place": Security and the sacred in the concept of sublime experience / Richard J. Lane -- Anna Barbauld and Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck on the sublimity of scripture / Natasha Duquette -- "How shall I appear?': The dialogue of doubt and faith in Anne Brontë's hymns / Susan R. Bauman -- Kept for the Master's Use: Frances Ridley Havergal and the uses of devotional print / Krista Lysack -- "Take my lips": the pleasures of hymnody for Victorian single women / Sandra Hagan -- "A better sermon": the child Evangelist in Victorian women's writing for children / Roxanne Harde -- Victorian poetics, Catholicism, and philanthropy in Adelaide Procter's Chaplet of Verses / Cheri Larsen Hoeckley -- "Internecine duel with ... darkness": The nature and context of the Gothic response / Franceen Neufeld -- George MacDonald's education into mythic wonder: A recovery of the transcendent / Monika Hilder.
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