Citations with the tag: SIN in literature
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- lives deaths "A Life".
Hollo, Anselm // Guests of Space; Feb2007, p45
An untitled poem by Anselm Hollo is presented. First Line: lives deaths "A Life" Last Line: you will not be able to forget them."
- EPIGRAMS: XXVII.
Drummond, William // Poems of William Drummond of Hawthornden, Vol. 2; 1904, p204
An untitled poem by William Drummond is presented. First Line: GOD's judgments seldom use to cease, unless; Last Line: Think not on peace, nor to be freed of pest.
Drummond, William // Rubï¿½iyat of Omar Khayyï¿½m; 1922, p82
An untitled poem by Omar Khayyï¿½m, translated by Edward Fitzgerald is presented. First Line: OH Thou, who didst with Pit- Last Line: Fall to Sin?
- HOW THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS "DEWOYDE FROM PE WOMAN" IN THE DIGBY MARY MAGDALEN.
Jones, Mary Loubris // American Notes & Queries; Apr78, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p118
Focuses on the stage direction method used to 'devoyd' the Seven Deadly Sins in Kenelm Henry Digby's play 'Mary Magdalen.' Definitions of the term 'devoyd'; Highlights of the scene in which Mary Magdalen repents.
- Narrativa III. Historia de Chucho el Ninfo, con datos autÃ©nticos debidos a indiscreciones femeniles (de las que el autor se huelga) (1871, 1890).
HIGASHI, ALEJANDRO // Literatura Mexicana; 2013, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p179
No abstract available.
- Glottony (Book).
HIGASHI, ALEJANDRO // Food Management; Jan2004, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p80
Reviews the book "Gluttony," by Francine Prose.
- The Role of Sin in the Theology of Richard Hooker.
Grislis, Egil // Anglican Theological Review; Fall2002, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p881
Focuses on the role of sin in the theology of Richard Hooker. Depravity of fallen humanity; Quotation on the presence of sinners in the church; Significance of Catholic heritage.
- Macbeth and the Tragedy of Sin.
COLSTON, KEN // Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture; Fall2010, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p60
The article discusses the religious affiliation of William Shakespeare and presents interpretation of sin as depicted in his classic play, Macbeth. Macbeth defines sin as the upsetting of the natural and divine order, which are rational and good. Preliminary definitions of sin in Christianity...
- HANDLING SIN (Book).
COLSTON, KEN // New Yorker; 5/5/86, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p132
Reviews the book "Handling Sin," by Michael Malone.
- BREAKFAST IN "YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN".
Tepa, Barbara J. // American Notes & Queries; Apr78, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p120
Focuses on the use of the word 'breakfast' as a metaphor for sin in Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story 'Young Goodman Brown.' Use of the metaphor to denote the sexual appetite of the 'good old minister'; Thematic importance of the idea of breakfast in the novel.
- The composition of 1 Samuel 1-2.
Brettler, Marc // Journal of Biblical Literature; Winter97, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p601
The article offers source criticism that examines the compositional and redactional history of 1 Samuel 1-2 of the Bible. A secondary concern is to related the passage's source criticism to various literary readings of Samuel. Topics include the author's use criticism of "Weideraufnahme" which...
- `Seven Deadly Sins' offends some readers.
Harris, Ellen // St. Louis Journalism Review; Apr99, Vol. 29 Issue 215, p6
Reports that some readers have been offended by the `Seven Deadly Sins' series by Steven V. Lawler on the editorial pages of Saint Louis, Missouri-based newspaper `Saint Louis Post-Dispatch.' Criticisms on the articles by Catholic theologians and Jewish rabbis; Remarks by Lawler on the criticisms.
- The Noetic Effects of Sin: An Historical and Contemporary Exploration of How Sin Affects our Thinking (Book).
Gray, Tony // Evangelical Quarterly; Oct2003, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p378
Reviews the book "The Noetic Effects of Sin: An Historical and Contemporary Exploration of How Sin Affects our Thinking," by Stephen K. Moroney.
- A new reading of `Ethan Brand': The failed quest.
Harris, Mark // Studies in Short Fiction; Winter94, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p69
Examines how the protagonist in Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story `Ethan Brand' searched for what is considered the `unpardonable sin' of divorcing one's head from one's heart and oneself from humanity. Interpretation of symbolisms in the story; Analysis of the Puritan view of sin in relation...
- Hawthorne and Sin.
Donoghue, Denis // Christianity & Literature; Winter2003, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p215
Discusses Nathaniel Hawthorne's depiction of sin in his novel 'The Scarlet Letter.' Ways in which neither protagonist of the novel considers adultery a sin; Proposed explanations of why Hawthorne's sense of universal evil was more pronounced than his sense of actual sin; Replacement of God by...
- "Sinners" in the Hands of An Angry God, Saints in the Hands of Their Father.
Adams, John C.; Yarbrough, Stephen R. // Journal of Communication & Religion; Apr1997, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p25
Jonathan Edwards sermon â€˜Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Godâ€™ is unquestionably his most famous and most analyzed work. It is a commonplace that â€˜Sinnersâ€™ exemplifies what is called fire and brimstone preaching designed to terrify auditors with its vivid depictions of...
- Ethics and Power in Medieval English Reformist Writing, by Edwin Craun.
Forrest, Ian // English Historical Review; Feb2013, Vol. 128 Issue 530, p134
The article reviews the book "Ethics and Power in Medieval English Reformist Writing," by Edwin Craun.
- The Sanctuary was Father's name for our home.
Forrest, Ian // Redbook; May2006, Vol. 206 Issue 5, p54
This article reviews the book "Once Upon a Day," by Lisa Tucker.
- KILLING MISS KITTY AND OTHER SINS.
Camper, Cathy // Lambda Book Report; Summer2007, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p8
The article reviews the book "Killing Miss Kitty and Other Sins," by Marion Dane Bauer.
- "NOW, DEERE LADY": ABSOLON'S MARIAN COUPLET IN THE MILLER'S TALE.
Beider, Peter G. // Chaucer Review; 2004, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p219
Discusses the poem "Miller's Tale," by Geoffrey Chaucer. Arguments on the description of John's reaction when he heard Absolon serenaded his wife, Alisoun; Excerpts from the poem; Explanation on Absolon's intention in his song.
- Psalm and Anti-Psalm: A Personal View.
Ostriker, Alicia // American Poetry Review; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p11
The article focuses on the author's opinion of the Psalms and how they are both beautiful and repulsive to her. She discusses themes within the psalms about forgiveness, sin, and being alone, compares the psalms with other types of poetry, and explores the relationship between poetry, God, and...
- LECHERY, PRIDE, AND THE USES OF SIN IN THE BOOK OF MARGERY KEMPE.
Stanton, Robert // Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures; 2010, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p169
A literary criticism of the book "The Book of Margery Kempe," by Margery Kempe is presented. It examines the drama infused in the prologue of the book about sin. It explores the discourse of revilement that recurs frequently as a major force in the story. It analyzes how the main character...
- Original Sin: A Cultural History.
Stanton, Robert // Christian Century; 10/20/2009, Vol. 126 Issue 21, p22
The article reviews the book "Original Sin: A Cultural History" by Alan Jacobs.
- ORIGINAL SIN: A CULTURAL HISTORY.
Zaleski, Philip // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Aug/Sep2008, Issue 185, p58
The article reviews the book "Original Sin: A Cultural History," by Alan Jacobs.
- In the Devil's Garden (Book).
Charles, John // Library Journal; 2/1/2002, Vol. 127 Issue 2, p124
Reviews the book 'In the Devil's Garden: A Sinful History of Forbidden Food,' by Stewart Lee Allen.
- Middle C.
Finnell, Joshua // Library Journal; 2/15/2013, Vol. 138 Issue 3, p91
The article reviews the book "Middle C" by William H. Gass.
- Dostoevsky's Dialectics and the Problem of Sin.
Cassedy, Steven // Slavic & East European Journal; Spring2014, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p142
No abstract available.
- Seven Deadlies.
Alessio, Amy // Booklist; 10/1/2013, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p34
The article reviews the book "Seven Deadlies," by Gigi Levangie.
- In Evil Hour (Book Review).
Dougherty, Ruth // Library Journal; 10/15/1979, Vol. 104 Issue 18, p2235
Reviews the book 'In Evil Hour,' by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
- The Third Deadly Sin (Book).
Leber, Michele M. // Library Journal; 7/1/1981, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p1444
Reviews the book 'The Third Deadly Sin,' by Lawrence Sanders.
- Original sin, redemption, and language in Robert Penn Warren's poetry.
Thiemann, Fred R. // Mississippi Quarterly; Winter95/96, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p3
Examines poetry written by Robert Penn Warren, and looks at his conceptualization of original sin and redemption. Reference to an essay written by John Crowe Ransom, entitled `Inklings of Original Sin'; Definition of the term `original sin'; Indepth look at original sin in relation to Christian...
- Seven Deadlies: A Cautionary Tale.
Thiemann, Fred R. // Publishers Weekly; 8/19/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 33, p40
The article reviews the book "Seven Deadlies: A Cautionary Tale" by Gigi Levangie.
- SEVEN DEADLIES.
Thiemann, Fred R. // Kirkus Reviews; 9/1/2013, Vol. 81 Issue 17, p17
The article reviews the book "Seven Deadlies" by Gigi Levangie.
- An Image of Sin.
CONNOLLY, FRANCIS X. // America; 4/13/1935, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p19
The article reviews the book "Of Time and the River: A Legend of Man's Hunger in His Youth," by Thomas Wolfe.
- In the Flesh: The Grace of 'Parker's Back'.
Fowler, James // POMPA: Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association; 2004, p60
Provides a critique of "Parker's Back," published in Flannery O'Connor's las group of stories "Revelation". Concrete dramatization of Adamic sin and recovery in modern day America; O'Connor's success in habitually sidestepping and comically reducing romantic relations between the sexes;...
- Chapter Four: BEYOND FRUSTRATION TO EXPERIENTIAL DISASTER.
Efron, Arthur // Experiencing Tess of the d'Urbervilles; 2005, p79
Chapter 4 of the book "Experiencing Tess of the D'Ubervilles: A Deweyan Account" is presented. It analyzes Thomas Hardy's book "Tess of the D'Ubervilles." It discusses the emotional process in a part of the book involving the sins of the father and of the son. It also highlighted the sexual...
- The predicament of the Westward rider.
Halewood, William H. // Studies in Philology; Spring96, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p218
The article focuses on the poem "Good Friday, 1613. Riding Westward," by John Donne. The author discusses the religious poetry of Donne and his background as a Reformation Protestant, explores if the rider in the poem committed a particular sin and what it may be, and examines if he is leaving...
- Playing out the patterns of sin and grace.
Halewood, William H. // Commonweal; 12/2/88, Vol. 115 Issue 21, p652
The article presents a literary and religious analysis of themes in several short stories by Andre Dubus, focusing on the topics of the consciousness of sin and the nature of human love. INSET: Books by Andre Dubus..
- The Place of the Self in C. S. Lewis's The Great Divorce.
Raiger, Michael // Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture; Spring2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p109
A literary criticism of the book "The Great Divorce," by C. S. Lewis is presented. It examines the rhetorical strategy of Lewis and his use of the tropes of allegory and symbol as means to represent the Christian understanding of sin and redemption against the modern view of human nature. It...
- Freedom From Blake's Book of Urizen.
COOPER, ANDREW M. // Studies in Romanticism; Summer2009, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p187
The article discusses the mythical poem "The Book of Urizen" which was written by English poet William Blake. The discussion includes several themes in the narrative poem which include the idea that sin is the result of human agency, that political action can be either real or token resistance,...
- "De pugna virtutum adversus vitia": os pecados capitais na obra de Isidoro de Sevilha.
Feldman, Sergio Alberto // Acta Scientiarium: Education; 2010, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p175
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the conception of the cardinal sins in the work of Isidore of Seville, from his magnum opus "The Book of Sentences," which describes his world's vision from the perspective of Christianity and Augustinian teleology. The main focus is the building of a...
- MASCULINE AND FEMININE PENITENCE IN THE WINTER'S TALE.
Stegner, Paul D. // Renascence; Summer2014, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p189
This essay explores the masculine and feminine penitence in William Shakespeare's play "The Winter's Tale." It discusses the theological vision of Shakespeare on sin, repentance and forgiveness as depicted in the conversation between the characters of Leontes and Camillo and in Paulina's rebuke...
- The Seven Deadly Sins.
Barbieri, Richard // Independent School; Spring2007, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p126
The article discusses the depiction of the seven deadly sins in literature. The author discusses the presence of these concepts in pre-Christian literature like the "Iliad." The most profound examples of meditation on the seven deadly sins can be found in the works of William Shakespeare and...
- GOWER'S CONFESSIO AMANTIS: A 'NEW' MANUSCRIPT.
GRIFFITHS, JANE // Medium Aevum; 2013, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p244
The article describes a 15th century English manuscript that contains the poem "Confessio Amantis" by John Gower, including the dimensions of the manuscript, Latin verses and marginal glosses, and an analysis of the sections of the poem reproduced on the manuscript. Variant readings of the poem,...
- Infiel. Historias de transgression.
B. H. // Criticas Spanish Language Authors & Book Reviews; Jun2010, p20
The article reviews the book "Infiel. Historias de transgression (Faithless: Stories of Transgression)," by Joyce Carol Oates and translated by MariCarmen Bellvar.
- BIOGRAPHICAL EMULATION OF DANTE IN MENA'S LABERINTO DE FORTUNA AND COPLAS DE LOS SIETE PECADOS MORTALES.
Hartnett, Daniel // Hispanic Review; Summer2011, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p351
Rather than borrow simple words or motifs from Dante's Commedia as Imperial and Santillana did, Juan de Mena decided to emulate the figure of the Italian in his public presentation. Direct references to Dante are nearly absent in Mena's works, but the similarities between Dante's Iberian...
- Of the huge greatnes and enormitie of sinnes.: The first acte.
Gascoigne, George // Complete Works of George Gascoigne, Vol. 2; 1907, p277
Part II "The Shame of Sinne" of the book "The Droomme of Doomes Day: Wherin the Frailties and Miseries of Mans Lyfe, Are Lyvely Portrayed, and Learnedly Set Forth," translated by George Gascoigne is presented. It notes that once a person committed a sin, it will cause a reasonable creature to be...
- Of the huge greatnes and enormitie of sinnes.: Actes second.
Gascoigne, George // Complete Works of George Gascoigne, Vol. 2; 1907, p279
Part II "The Shame of Sinne," of the book "The Droome of Doomes Day: Wherin the Frailties and Miseries of Mans Lyfe, are Lyvely Portrayed, and Learnedly Set Fort," translated by George Gascoigne. It mentions that the moral doctrine of the Bible is to avoid sin and exercise works of virtue. It...
- Of the huge greatnes and enormitie of sinnes.: Actes 3.
Gascoigne, George // Complete Works of George Gascoigne, Vol. 2; 1907, p281
Part II "The Shame of Sinne" of the book "The Droomme of Doomes Day: Wherin the Frailties and Miseries of Mans Lyfe, Are Lyvely Portrayed, and Learnedly Set Forth," translated by George Gascoigne is presented. It explores how high is the majesty of God and how great is his holiness that it would...
- Of the huge greatnes and enormitie of sinnes.: Art. 4.
Gascoigne, George // Complete Works of George Gascoigne, Vol. 2; 1907, p283
Part II "The Shame of Sinne" of the book "The Droomme of Doomes Day: Wherin the Frailties and Miseries of Mans Lyfe, Are Lyvely Portrayed, and Learnedly Set Forth," translated by George Gascoigne is presented. It explores two important classifications to be considered in committing sin such as...