The Bible in Literature and Literature in the Bible
Edited by Tibor Fabiny
Budapest – Zürich, 1999
This volume contains the papers delivered at the Conference Teaching Bible and Literature at Universities’ in Piliscsaba in 1995. The book has four parts: I. Faith and Art; II. The Bible and Literature; III. The Parables of Jesus and Literary Parables; IV. Methodology. The book can be very useful for teachers of English.
Tibor Fabiny: Literature: A New Paradigm of Biblical of Biblical Interpretation?
Brian S. Rosner: The Literary Artifice of 1 Corinthians
István Szabó: Literary Artifice at the Cost of Authority
Éva Kocziszky: Hamann on the Relationship of the Faith and Thinking
David Daniell: The Geneva Bible and 16th Century Literature
Péter Pásztor: The Bible of Hell or the Gospel of Blake, According to Frye
Friedmann W. Golka: Jacob in the Bible and Thomas Mann’s Novel
Terry R. Wright: Intertextuality Between the Bible and later Literature: The Case of D. H. Laurence
Ildikó Pethő: A Hermeneutical Approach to Eliot’s Four Quartets
Benedek P. Tóta: “lost… found… lost…” Jesus’ Paradox as Eliot’s Principle in Four Quartets
William R. Telford: The Bible in Fiction and Film. Contemporary Interests and Current Developments
Katalin G. Kállay: Malamud’s Angel Levine in the Light of the Book of Job
Éva Petrőczy: R. S. Thomas – A Druid-Bard of the Twentieth Century
Márta Cserháti: The Good Samaritan: Example or Parable?
Tamás Fabiny: The Judaic Background of Jesus’ Parables
Tamás Juhász: The Meaning of Parable and Conrad’s “Halo”
Tibor Fabiny: Teaching the Discourses of the Bible in the English Curriculum
Isabel Baird: Bible-Based Syllabus for EFL
Erzsébet Ábrahám – Aaron Stevens: The Good Samaritan in the ETL Classroom