Table of contents for Augustine and literature / edited by Robert P. Kennedy, Kim Paffenroth, and John Doody.

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Introduction
Robert P. Kennedy, Kim Paffenroth, John Doody, and Marylu Hill
I. Literature to the Sixteenth Century
1. The Weight of Love: Augustinian Metaphors of Movement in Dante's Souls
Phillip Cary
2. "Se þonne þisne wealsteal wise geþohte": 
An Augustinian Reading of the Early English Meditation "The Wanderer"Mary Agnes Edsall
3. "There's a divinity that shapes our ends": An Augustinian Reading of Hamlet
Eric Plumer
II. Literature of the Seventeenth Century
4. St. Augustine and the Metaphysical Poets
Barry L. Craig
5. Eloquence for the Age of Enlightenment: Fénelon's Saint Augustine
Christine A. Jones
6. Justifying the Ways of God: Theodicy in Augustine and Milton
John Savoie
III. Nineteenth Century Literature
7. The Senescence of the World: Augustine's Idea of History and Ibsen's Emperor and Galilean
Thomas F. Bertonneau
8. "Descend That You May Ascend": Augustine, Dostoevsky, and the Confessions of Ivan Karamazov Paul J. Contino
9. "Eat Me, Drink Me, Love Me": Eucharist and the Erotic Body in Christina Rossetti's "Goblin Market" Marylu Hill
10. "Words, Those Precious Cups of Meaning": Augustine's Influence on the Thought and Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. 
Emily Taylor Merriman
11. A Season in Hell, or the Confessions of Arthur Rimbaud
Glenn Moulaison
12. Feminine Wisdom in Augustine and Goethe's Faust
Kim Paffenroth
IV. Twentieth Century Literature
13. Faulkner's Augustinian Sense of Time
Seemee Ali
14. Augustinian Physicality and the Rhetoric of the Grotesque in the Art of Flannery O'Connor
Debra Romanick Baldwin 
15. Marking the Frontiers of World War II with "Stabilized Disorder": 
Rebecca West Reads St. Augustine 
Mary Anne Schofield
16. Confessional Ethics in Augustine and Ralph Ellison
Mark Shiffman

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo -- Influence.
Literature.