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Things Of The Spirit: Women Writers…

Things Of The Spirit: Women Writers Constructing Spirituality

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In essays on topics ranging from Teresa of Avila’s sixteenth-century mysticism to the politicized spirituality of postmodern women writers, the contributors to Things of the Spirit chronicle the development of women’s spiritual writing as a context for defining, challenging, and changing women’s experiences in the world. They explore the nature of the sacred and women’s relationship to the sacred in the writings of women poets, diarists, autobiographers, and fiction writers.

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