REPRINTING RELIGIOUS NOVELS: LOSSES OR GAINS?
- CATHOLIC NOVELISTS HAVE A TASK. von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Erik // America;3/8/1941, Vol. 64 Issue 22, p607
The article focuses on Catholic novels. It is said that one of the greatest treasures of Catholic culture is the Catholic novel. Catholic novels are said to be true representations of life, and are said to be written in a way that truthfulness and Catholicity are connected to metaphysical...
- New Retail Channels Boost Sales. Smith, Lori // Publishers Weekly;8/28/2006, Vol. 253 Issue 34, pS8
The article provides information on the market potential of Christian novels. According to Chip MacGregor, associate publisher at FaithWords, their objective in creating Warner Faith was to take faith books into the general market. Most publishing executives, while thrilled with their general...
- How Far Is Too Far? Riess, Jana // Publishers Weekly;8/28/2006, Vol. 253 Issue 34, pS12
The author reflects on the increase of graphic violence in Christian fiction. She states that violence is an increasingly accepted feature of American entertainment, Christian or otherwise. She discusses the potential consequences of depictions of extreme violence in Christian novels.
- Latino Gospel and Cultural Renewal in Chicana Fiction. Kevane, Bridget // English Language Notes;Spring2006, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p177
This article demonstrates how Latino authors participate in and express religion in their fiction. It will explore how Latino communities might address issues such as poverty, gender roles, and community empowerment through religion. It cites Chicana/Latina writers who engage in religious...
- The Sacred and the Real in The Tablets of Armand Schwerner. Finkelstein, Norman // American Literary History;Summer2005, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p259
Reviews the book "The Tablets," by Armand Schwerner.
- BRENDAN (Book). Adams, Phoebe-Lou // Atlantic (02769077);Jul87, Vol. 260 Issue 1, p99
Reviews the book 'Brendan,' by Frederick Buechner.
- The Unbidden Guest. // America;12/4/1909, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p211
The article reviews the book "The Unbidden Guest," by Frances Cooke.
- A True Hidalgo. // America;7/29/1911, Vol. 5 Issue 16, p380
The article reviews the book "A True Hidalgo," by Don Luis Coloma, translated by Harold Binns.
- Dreaming of Dystopia. Wilson, John // Christianity Today;Nov2006, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p100
The article reviews the book "The Book of Dave: A Novel," by Will Self.