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Sexual politics in the biblical narrative

reading the Hebrew Bible as a woman

by Esther Fuchs

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Published by Sheffield Academic Press in Sheffield, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. O.T. -- Feminist criticism.,
  • Women in the Bible.,
  • Man-woman relationships in the Bible.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-236) and indexes.

    StatementEsther Fuchs.
    SeriesJournal for the study of the Old Testament., 310
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1199.W7 F83 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination244 p. ;
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6877554M
    ISBN 101841271381
    LC Control Number00421396
    OCLC/WorldCa45106392

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Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative: Reading the Hebrew Bible as a Woman (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) 0th Edition by Esther Fuchs (Author) › Visit Amazon's Esther Fuchs Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: About Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative This book is for anyone interested in religious studies and women's studies, as well as for biblical scholars.

It offers a feminist oppositional reading of the biblical text. The Biblical narrative highlights the contribution of women as reproductive agents and protectors of sons. In this challenging collection of essays, Fuchs focuses on type-scenes as a way of demonstrating the mechanisms by Price: $ I published my first 8 Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative critique of the patriarchal representation of women in a journal whose focus was neither literary nor feminist.

In, 'Status and Role of Female Heroines in the Biblical Narrative,' published in the Mankind Quarterly ( 2. Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative: Reading the Hebrew Bible as a Woman. This book is for anyone interested in religious studies and women's studies, as well as for biblical scholars.

It offers a feminist oppositional reading of the biblical text. Get this from a library. Sexual politics in the biblical narrative: reading the Hebrew Bible as a woman. [Esther Fuchs] -- "This book is for anyone interested in religious studies and women's studies, as well as for biblical scholars.

It offers a feminist oppositional reading of the biblical text. The main argument is. In this challenging collection of essays, Esther Fuchs focuses on type-scenes as a way of demonstrating the mechanisms by which the text validates male power and superiority.

She also deconstructs biblical sexual politics by Sexual politics in the biblical narrative book whose interest is being served by the good women of the Bible. Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative: Reading the Bible as a Woman (review).

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Esther Fuchs. This book is for anyone interested in religious studies and women's studies, as well as for biblical scholars.

It offers a feminist oppositional reading of the biblical text. The main argument is that the Bible constructs a fictional universe in which women are shown to be intent on promoting male interests, and, for the most part, appear as secondary characters whose voice Pages: Get this from a library.

Sexual politics in the biblical narrative: reading the Hebrew Bible as a woman. [Esther Fuchs] -- This book is for anyone interested in religious studies and women's studies, as well as for biblical scholars.

It offers a feminist oppositional reading of the biblical text. The main argument is. Whores and harems: Sexual Politics and the Book of Esther‏. Like most Jewish feminists, I remember that time of coming of age when I stopped begging to dress up as queen Esther for Purim and started to cheer for Vashti and her independence.

I thought that was a simple and sufficiently feminist reaction to the Book of Esther. Request PDF | On Apr 1,Sandie Gravett and others published BOOK REVIEW: Esther Fuchs. SEXUAL POLITICS IN THE BIBLICAL NARRATIVE: READING THE HEBREW BIBLE AS A WOMAN Sheffield, England.

When reading Biblical narrative it is important to keep in mind that there are three levels of narrative at work throughout Scripture. The third, or top, level is the metanarrative: this is the over-arching narrative of God’s redeeming work throughout the whole of Scripture, Missing: Sexual politics.

Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative: Reading the Hebrew Bible as a Woman, by Esther Fuchs, brings together traditional literary approaches to biblical narrative with the politics of feminist biblical criticism in an effort to forge a more ideologically sensitive literary critical : Sandie Gravett.

Esther Fuchs' highly readable Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative. Reading the Hebrew Bible as a Woman explicates the ways in which the male authors and narrators of the Hebrew Bible depict women in ways that reinforce their understanding of the proper ordering of human life.

By means of a thoroughgoing literary analysis of a sequence of biblical stories, Fuchs isolates. A Question of Sex.

Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond Rooke, D. (ed.),Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press. (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 14) Research output: Book/Report › BookAuthor: Deborah W Rooke. Sexual Politics is a book by Kate Millett, based on her PhD dissertation. The book is regarded as a classic of feminism and one of radical feminism 's key texts.

4 Editions (incomplete list) #N#This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (November ) Millett argues that "sex has a frequently neglected political aspect Author: Kate Millett. The Hebrew Bible's fascinating narratives about women have occasioned some of the most important biblical scholarship of the last generation.

Lillian Klein contributes to that wealth with her absorbing studies of key figures in the narrative material: Deborah, Jephtha's daughter, Delilah, Jael, the whore of Gaza, Kaleb's daughter Achsah, Hannah, Esther, the wife of Job, Pages: Sexual Politics in the Biblical Narrative: Reading the Hebrew Bible as a Woman.

By Esther Fuchs. Sheffield Academic Press, pages. $ Esther Fuchs asserts that the Bible is androcentric literature. The claim is not new. First-wave American feminists of the nineteenth century criticized sharply the patriarchal depiction of women in.

The Hebrew Bible's fascinating narratives about women have occasioned some of the most important biblical scholarship of the last generation. Lillian Klein contributes to that wealth with her absorbing studies of key figures in the narrative material: Deborah, Jephtha's daughter, Delilah, Jael, the whore of Gaza, Kaleb's daughter Achsah, Hannah, Esther, the wife of Job.

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This site is like a library, Use .The biblical narrative establishes that an originator, “before” time or any other reality exists, begins creating reality. Rephrasing: In eternity, a condition of no time, no space, no energy, no natural laws, no anything – that is, nothing, no-thing, no realities – File Size: KB.