The Word’s Body: An Incarnational Aesthetic of Interpretation by Alla Renée Bozarth
Word's Body integrates depth
psychology and linguistic philosophy to illuminate a metaphor of the creative
process, specifically the performance of literature in public or private as 'the word becoming flesh.' This book expands the Johannine metaphor to describe
the artist/performer/preacher's work of embodying the Word: Creation,
Incarnation, and Transformation/Communion: The Word becomes flesh and dwells among
us. It is an answer to Susan Sontag’s call for an erotics of interpretation."
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