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Volume 9 Number 3-4 (2005)

religion and the arts

Table of Contents

The Economy of Salvation: Narrative and Liminality in Rembrandt's Death of the Virgin
Ronald R. Bernier

  3
No "Sombre Satan": C. S. Lewis, Milton, and Re-Presentations of the Diabolical
Chad P. Stutz

  46
In the Nick of Time: Thoreau's "Present" Experiment as a Colloquy of East and West
Alan D. Hodder

  89
Netting the Butterfly Man: The Significance of Vladimir Nabokov in W. G. Sebald's The Emigrants
Adrian Curtin and Maxim D. Shrayer

  126
When He Would Compose From Fragments a World Perfect at Last: Theology and Poetics in Czeslaw Milosz's "From the Rising of the Sun"
David Stankiewicz

  164
Review of Exhibition:
Here and There: Deterritorializing Miami and Havana
Alexander Lamazares

  207
Interview:
From Gospel to Gibson: An Interview with the Writers Behind Mel Gibson's the Passion of the Christ
David Shepherd

  217
Drama Review:
"Brooklyn Boy" and "Doubt: A Parable": Religion and Contemporary Drama
John L. Mahoney

  234
Features:
Book Reviews   241
Books Briefly Mentioned   279
New Books   286
Notes on Contributors   315
Announcements, Conferences, Exhibitions   320
Abstracts   325
Recent Critical Articles   330
Index to Volume 9 (2005)   337
  Volume 9 Numbers 3-4