11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction
The essays that comprise this volume reveal something about certain works of fiction, and about how readers might encounter them. Here readers tell us how they were surprised, disturbed, entranced, challenged, comforted, or inspired by certain literary texts. [...] The question of just what that means--what a Mennonite text might look like--arises among these essays, just as it does, here and there, throughout the literary criticism of what we have come to call Mennonite/s writing. - from the Introduction by Hildi Froese Tiessen
This book contains personal essays by writers and scholars about their encounter with particular works of Mennonite fiction published between 1962 and 2016.
|Publisher||Mennonite Literary Society|
|Call ID||NF 813.5 Fr|
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