Who Are You, My Daughter? Reading Ruth Through Image and Text by Margaret Parker (Illustrator), Ellen Davis (Translator)
Date added: 25/08/2016
Who Are You, My Daughter? Reading Ruth Through Image and Text
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Published: 1 Jan. 2003
In this annotated and illustrated translation of the book of Ruth, Ellen Davis and Margaret Adams Parker demonstrate how translation and art can be complementary forms of biblical interpretation. The three components of the book - translation, notes, and images - explore the story of Ruth as one of suffering and loss redeemed by steadfast faithfulness. The translation is loyal to the original; the notes reflect on Ruth's story, literary form, lexical choices, and theological meaning; and the woodcuts provide a stimulating running narrative.
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