The Great Code: The Bible and Literature

  title={The Great Code: The Bible and Literature},
  author={Northrop Frye},
  • Northrop Frye
  • Published 1982
  • History
  • Considered by many to be Northrop Frye's magnum opus, The Great Code (1982) reflects a lifetime of thinking about the patterns and meanings of the Bible. In this new edition of The Great Code, Alvin A. Lee presents a corrected and fully annotated version of Frye's text, as well as a comprehensive introduction to help contextualize this important work and guide readers through its allusive passages. Lee's introduction provides a synoptic account of the role of the Bible in Frye's intellectual… CONTINUE READING
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