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Includes bibliographical references (pages 143-152) and indexes.
Talking mules and troubled hermeneutics: Black women's biblical self-disclosures -- Private interpretations: the Bible defense of slavery and nineteenth-century racial hermeneutics -- Sampling the scriptures: Maria W. Stewart and the genre of prayer -- Hannah's craft: biblical passing in The bondwoman's narrative -- "Beyond mortal vision": identification and miscegenation in the Joseph cycle and Harriet E. Wilson's Our Nig -- And the greatest of these: eros, philos, and agape in two contemporary Black women's novels.
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