Wilensky, Ben 1993 0-7734-9600-9 Sorry, This book is out of print.
"Religious and political systems have been designed to curb, crush, and simply eliminate the Jews; some of theses systems almost succeeded; some of them resonate today. My poems are about this `theatricality', the horror and the buffoonery of this madness. My poems are also about personal fears that within my lifetime a band of armed Jews, responding to yet another one of history's gruesome gags, will push a few buttons and turn the entire planet into a radio-active cemetery." - from the Introduction.
Figueras, Salvador J. 2017 1-4955-0525-1 152 pages The transformation and reincarnation of culture is underway in the United States and has been ongoing for hundreds of years. England and Spain each played prominent roles in influencing the historical “founding” of what America has become for nearly five centuries. This study emerges as a leading identifier of the many historical and ingrained social nuances this hybrid culture – Hispanicity – employs as it continues to modify and challenge every cultural aspect of modern society in the United States.
Author, New 2022 1-4955-1028-X 340 pages This is an oversized (8x10), softcover book. "This thesis examines the history of hermeneutics, establishes the "Spirited Hermeneutic", provides insight into modern interpretation of scripture, examines Jesus' view of scripture and interpretation as the first practitioner of the Spirited Hermeneutic; undertakes the examination of both the Holy Spirit as the "bearer of meaning", and the community as an "arbiter of meaning. " -From the author's summary
Brown, Doug 2011 0-7734-3730-4 This work assembles a composite picture of Shakespeare’s afterlives in media and cultural imagination. Each essay in this collection provides new insight about how our understanding of Shakespeare has changed after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Bishop, Paul 1999 0-7734-7992-9 132 pages This study examines Goethe's interest in Stoical though and applies to his novel Die Wahlverwandtschaften. Using the concept of ‘Stoical discourse' which, it is argued is informed by Goethe's reception of Stoicism, a new and original view is offered of what is, by common consent, one of Goethe's most difficult works.