Victorian women writers, radical grandmothers, and the gendering of God /
"If Victorian women writers yearned for authorial forebears, or, in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's words, for "grandmothers," there were, Gail Turley Houston argues, grandmothers who in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries envisioned powerful female divinities that wo...
|Published:||Columbus : Ohio State University Press, c2013.|
|Series:||Literature, religion, and postsecular studies.
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