Table of contents for Jesus in twentieth-century literature, art, and movies / edited by Paul C. Burns.

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Contents
Introduction
1. Imagining Jesus Then and Now: Nino Ricci's
 Testament
 by Dietmar Neufeld
2. Transformation of Biblical Methods and Godhead in
 Norman Mailer's Gospel
 by Paul C. Burns
 
3. Jos¿ Saramago's "Kakaggelion": The
 "Badspel" according to Jesus Christ
 by J. Robert C. Cousland
4. The Master and Margarita and Bulgakov's
 Antiauthoritarian Jesus
 by Katherine Sirluck
5. The Existential Turn: Refiguring Christ from
 Kazantzakis to Scorsese
 by Steven Taubeneck
 
6. D. H. Lawrence's Risen Jesus
 by Ross Labrie
7. "Ben-Yosef Is a Jewish Son": Jewish Portrayals of
 JesusDialectic Reclamation of Presentation and
 Transformation
 by Daphna Arbel
8. Crossing Cruci-fictional Boundaries: Transgressive
 Tropes in Chaim Potok's My Name Is Asher Lev
 by Robert A. Daum
9. `Abb¿s Mah}m¿d al-`Aqq¿d's The Genius of
 Christ: An Innovative Muslim Approach to Jesus
 by F. Peter Ford Jr.
10. Christology in the Dark: The Da Vinci Code
 and The Passion of the ChristWhat They Tell
 Us about American Religion Today
 by Alan F. Segal
 
 Bibliography
 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jesus Christ -- In literature.
Literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Jesus Christ -- Art.
Jesus Christ -- In motion pictures.