Mark

Do all literary sources need to be, well, literary? Adam Winn on (non-)literary sources

I am trying to write my proposed SBL paper (since it is my first time, I have to turn the

Mimesis

Mimesis Explains Why We Struggle with Isaac’s Binding

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Thesis

Summery of Portents in Josephus and in the Gospels – S.V. McCasland

This is a review, for memory’s sake, of an article related to my eventual thesis. Entitled, Portents in Josephus and

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – Theatre and Theatricality

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – Imitatio, or rhetorical imitation

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – The New Critical Idiom, Aristotle’s Poetics

As a reminder, I am reading several books on mimesis for my upcoming thesis work. This is not a review

Mimesis

An Appeal to Scripture as Mimesis

For discussion of course, but Aristotle, in calling the poet an imitator, notes that the poet validate themselves and their

Mimesis

Exploring Mimesis – The New Critical Idiom, Chapter 1 – Plato’s Joke?

I get this feeling that we are all, historically, being left out of Plato’s joke. In the Republic, Plato takes