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February 1963
248 pages  

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Pseudonyms of Christ in the Modern Novel
Motifs and Methods
Moseley, Edwin
An interpretation of the recurrence of the Christ archetype in the modern novel. Moseley discusses novelists from Conrad and Turgenev to Camus and Hemingway.

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Edwin M. Moseley was professor of English at Washington and Jefferson College.
“Dr. Moseley’s book is an important and valuable scholarly contribution to the continuing and necessary examination of the Christ figure as a dramatic and central symbol in fiction. . . . The book contains much that is provocative, trenchant, and richly suggestive.”—The Christian Scholar

“A consistently provocative and illuminating study. . . . Very few critics have achieved so great measure of success as Professor Moseley. His book . . . clarifies in an arresting and significant way the relation between literature and belief.”—Yale Review

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A stimilating description and interpretation of the recurrence of the Christ archetype in the modern novel. Moseley discusses novelists from Conrad and Turgenev to Camus and Hemingway.
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