Literal and figurative readings of Genesis have been competing with each other for centuries. Hendel traces the book's varied impact and reception: in Galileo's view of the cosmos; Darwin's theory of evolution; the American south's arguments for slavery; the way Kafka composed literary parables; political questions of gender equality, etc. 288 pages, hardcover. Princeton University.
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