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Suggesting that women used literature as a means to engage in theology during the nineteenth century, Rebecca Styler examines works by writers who include Emma Worboise, Anne Bronte, Anna Jameson, Clara Balfour, Harriet Martineau and Josephine Butler. Using a range of literary genres, these writers questioned the adequacy of their inherited Christian tradition to meet deeply felt personal and political needs. They reconfigure religion in creative, and more earth-oriented, ways.

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