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The Bible : authorized King James version
The Bible is the most important book in the history of Western civilization, and also the most difficult to interpret. It has been the vehicle of continual conflict, with every interpretation… Expand
Origins of Narrative: The Romantic Appropriation of the Bible
Part I. Jacob's Blessing: 1. The stolen birthright 2. The presence of the past Part II. The Romantic Bible: 3. The Bible as novel 4. The Bible and history: appropriating the Revolution 5. The Bible… Expand
Narrative, Theology, and Irony: A Twentieth-Century Paradigm Shift
- S. Prickett
- 1 December 2000
The Bible and literature : a reader
Preface. Acknowledgements. General Introduction. Biblical and Literary Criticism: A History of Interaction: Stephen Prickett. Literary Readings of the Bible: Trends in Modern Criticism: David Jasper.… Expand
Romanticism and Religion: The Tradition of Coleridge and Wordsworth in the Victorian Church
- S. Prickett
- 25 June 1976
Modern scholarship has tended to separate literature and theology. Yet it is impossible to understand the ideas of such Victorian theologians as Hare and Maurice, Keble and Newman without reference… Expand
Intensive attention improves glycaemic control in insulin dependent diabetes without further advantage from home blood glucose monitoring.
- R. A. Harrad, A. Plumb, S. Prickett, F. Alford, P. Sönksen
- British medical journal
- 1 January 1983
munity Medicine, the Community Medicine Consultative Committee, the Department of Health and Social Security, and the BCG Vaccination Subcommittee of the Joint Tuberculosis Committee on Vaccination… Expand
Nursing management of umbilical cord prolapse.
Advances in the management of umbilical cord prolapse hold promise for reducing perinatal morbidity and mortality. This article reviews traditional nursing management of umbilical cord prolapse and… Expand
Three year prospective study of visual function and retinopathy in diabetics with improved glycaemic control
The visual function and degree of retinopathy was assessed, over a three-year period, in a cohort study of twenty-eight diabetics, in whom glycaemic control was improved by intensive monitoring and… Expand