The Dark Side

Christopher Hartney and Andrew McGarrity (eds.). The Dark Side: Proceedings of the Seventh Australian and International Religion, Literature and the Arts Conference, 2002. Sydney: RLA Press, 2004.

Table of Contents

Articles

Front Matter
Andrew McGarrity, Christopher Hartney
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Darkness and Paradox as the Beginning and End of Understanding
Andrew McGarrity
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Literature and Religion as Rivals
Gabrielle Carey
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Les Murray's Black Dog and Sunflowers
James Tulip
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Light and Dark in the Art of Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)
Jane Williams-Hogan
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'Oh Dark Dark Dark, They All Go into the Dark': The Via Negativa in the Poetry and Thought of T.S. Eliot
Barry Spurr
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'We Grow Accustomed to the Dark': Emily Dickinson, Religion and Nineteenth Century Science
Joan Kirkby
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Defoe's Ego Contra Mundum or 'The Dark Side of Crusoe's Eucharist'?
Michael Godfrey
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Fiction from Tegel Prison 1943-45: His Reflections on the Dark Side of Cultural Protestantism in Nazi Germany
John A Moses
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The Dark Side in Njegos and Milton
Roland Clark
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Sacrifice and Sacrificial Ideology in Old Norse Religion
Daniel Bray
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Dark Religion? Aztec Perspectives on Human Sacrifice
Ray Kerkhove
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The Dance of the Self-Beheading Woman: Death and Mutilation in the Tibetan Hermeneutics of the Feminine
John Wu
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Caveat Anoynter! A Study of Flying Ointments and Their Plants
Sarah Penicka
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The Labyrinth and the Green Man
Marius Paul O'Shea
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Falling into the Dark Side: Ominous Motifs in the 'Fall of Icarus' Myth
Frances Di Lauro
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The End of Human? The Cyborg Past and Present
Carole M Cusack
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The Dark Side or Just Terrifying Shades of Grey? The Spectres of Relativism and Nihilism in Western Responses to Hindu and Buddhist Non-Duality
Andrew McGarrity
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The Terror of the Void
Tony Bond
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Manikins Wobbling Towards Dismemberment: Art and Religion - State of the Union
Christopher Hartney
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