By Judith Perkins
This number of fifteen essays explores historic fiction and relates it in new and insightful how one can early Christian literature. those essays study definitely the right nature of old fiction, examine person examples of historical fiction, similar to Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe, Xenophon’s Ephesian Tale, and the nameless lifetime of Aesop, and light up the recent testomony Gospels and Letters of Paul, in addition to the apocryphal Acts, through evaluating this Christian literature with the shape and content material of historic fiction.
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