Poetry

  1. The Blind Man’s Bus Craft
  2. Matthew Scott Stenson
  3. p. 196
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From the Guest Editor

  1. Toward a Dialogue on Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead and Home
  2. R. Scott LaMascus
  3. pp. 197-201
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Special Feature

  1. Wondrous Love
  2. Marilynne Robinson, David Fleer
  3. pp. 202-215
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Poetry

  1. The Madonna as a Fallible Thing
  2. K. A. Hays
  3. p. 216
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Article

  1. Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead and the Difficult Gift of Human Exchange
  2. Michael Vander Weele
  3. pp. 217-239
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Poetry

  1. Shadow
  2. Maryanne Hannan
  3. p. 240
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Article

  1. Burial, Baptism, and Baseball: Typology and Memorialization in Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead
  2. June Hadden Hobbs
  3. pp. 241-262
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Poetry

  1. Rage, and: After Naming Mammals and Birds, Adam Encounters Every Species of Snake
  2. Lynn Domina
  3. pp. 263-264
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Article

  1. Fraught with Fire: Race and Theology in Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead
  2. Lisa M. Siefker Bailey
  3. pp. 265-280
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Poetry

  1. Julian, in her Cell: 1405
  2. Sarah Kennedy
  3. pp. 281-282
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Articles

  1. “The Courage to See It”: Toward an Understanding of Glory
  2. Jennifer L. Holberg
  3. pp. 283-300
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  1. Finding Flannery O’Connor’s “Good Man” in Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead and Home
  2. Susan Petit
  3. pp. 301-318
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Poetry

  1. Sparrow Lament, and: King of Hush
  2. William Kelley Woolfitt
  3. pp. 319-320
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Article

  1. Loyalty Meets Prodigality: The Reality of Grace in Marilynne Robinson’s Fiction
  2. Rebecca M. Painter
  3. pp. 321-340
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Book Reviews

  1. The Bible and the People by Lori Anne Ferrell (review)
  2. Norbert A. Wethington
  3. pp. 341-343
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  1. The Aesthetics of Antichrist: From Christian Drama to Christopher Marlowe by John Parker (review)
  2. John D. Cox
  3. pp. 344-347
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  1. William Blake and the Cultures of Radical Christianity by Robert Rix (review)
  2. John Ruff
  3. pp. 347-351
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  1. Desiring Donne: Poetry, Sexuality, Interpretation by Ben Saunders, and: John Donne, Body and Soul by Ramie Targoff (review)
  2. R. V. Young
  3. pp. 351-357
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  1. The Playfulness of Gerard Manley Hopkins by Joseph J. Feeney, S. J. (review)
  2. David Anthony Downes
  3. pp. 357-361
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  1. The Ethics of Modernism: Moral Ideas in Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, and Beckett by Lee Oser (review)
  2. Joseph Sendry
  3. pp. 361-365
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  1. The Return of Christian Humanism: Chesterton, Eliot, Tolkien, and the Romance of History by Lee Oser (review)
  2. Larry Brunner
  3. pp. 365-369
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  1. Sanctifying the World: The Augustinian Life and Mind of Christopher Dawson by Bradley J. Birzer (review)
  2. Philip Irving Mitchell
  3. pp. 369-371
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  1. Ethics through Literature: Ascetic and Aesthetic Reading in Western Culture by Brian Stock (review)
  2. Thomas Trzyna
  3. pp. 371-373
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  1. Material Phenomenology by Michel Henry (review)
  2. Adam Wells
  3. pp. 382-385
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Poetry

  1. Philippians
  2. Hannah Faith Notess
  3. pp. 386-387
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Notes on Contributors

  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 388-390
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