Table of contents for Impossible to say : representing religious mystery in fiction by Malamud, Percy, Ozick, and O'Connor / L. Lamar Nisly.

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1. Introduction
2. Making Physical the Mystery: Jewish Mitzvot and
   Catholic Sacraments
3. "Impossible to Say": Malamud's and Percy's Quests
   for Commitment
4. Throwing Everything Off Balance: Ozick's Fantastic and
   O'Connor's Grotesque Portrayals of Mystery
5. Conclusion


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: American fiction 20th century History and criticism, Religion in literature, Percy, Walker, 1916- Criticism and interpretation, Christian fiction, American History and criticism, O'Connor, Flannery Criticism and interpretation, Malamud, Bernard Criticism and interpretation, Ozick, Cynthia Criticism and interpretation, Jewish fiction History and criticism, Mysticism in literature