Reading Bibles, Writing Bodies: Identity and the Book

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Preface xi
  • Opening: 1
  • Part I 14
  • 1 - Shifting the Blame 16
  • Notes 32
  • 2 - The Problem of the Body for the People of the Book 34
  • Notes 53
  • 3 - The Hebrew God and His Female Complements 56
  • 4 - Oedipus Wrecks 72
  • 5 - Woman Wisdom and the Strange Woman 85
  • Part II 114
  • 6 - Woman and the Discourse of Patriarchal Wisdom 116
  • 7 - Imagination, Method, and Murder 132
  • 8 - The Problem with Pagans 153
  • 9 - Assuming the Body of the Heir Apparent 164
  • 10 - Utopia and Pornography in Ezekiel 175
  • 11 - An Imaginary and Desirable Converse' 184
  • Notes 202
  • Part III 206
  • 12 - Transference and Tact in Biblical Studies 208
  • 13 - Margins of Lamentation, 219
  • 14 - A Postscript to the Book 232
  • 15 - What Does the Bible Say? 242
  • Bibliography 262
  • Index of Authors 277
  • Index of Subjects 281
  • Index of Ancient Sources 287
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