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This series examines some of the ways in which evangelical religious experiences, especially those of conversion, worship, witness and community, have been portrayed in twentieth-century fiction. Maxine Hancock takes a look at sympathetic and unsympathetic representations, considering a range of "angles of vision" on the part of writers and works, focusing her attention in particular on Canadian and American writers of the second half of the century.
Maxine Hancock is Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. Among her other books are several on family relationships, including Living on Less and Liking in More, Re-evaluating Your Commitments, and Creative, Confident, Children. And notably, her work on Bunyan in A Key in the Window: Marginal Notes in Bunyan's Narratives.