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The Feast of Feasts

Abstract A novel about an Orthodox priest who seeks solace in Greece after the death of his wife. While Father Christopolous struggles to find forgiveness and restoration in the Paschal celebration, he grows increasingly entangled with a young priest-activist and his striking, self-destructive wife. Amid the tumult of a country in political upheaval, he unravels the secrets of his hosts and confronts truths about his own marriage that threaten his faith and his place in the world. Set over the course of Holy Week, the novel explores the tensions in the bodily experience of faith and in the dichotomy between the knowledge of the mind and that of the heart.
Created Date 2013
Contributor Hynes, Sarah (Author) / Mcnally, Thomas M (Advisor) / Ison, Tara (Committee member) / Pritchard, Melissa (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Religion
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 191 pages
Language English
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Note M.F.A. Creative Writing 2013
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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