Nancy Owen Nelson's Divine Aphasia is a memoir about a woman's search for identity by a thorough examination of her relationship with her father and how that affected her choices for the men in her life.
Divine Aphasia's poignant story is tragic and often dark, yet hope permeates the struggles of the author, Nancy Owen Nelson, as the background in her childhood exposes her vulnerability to men and life. The story reflects a loving but delicate father, Woodford Owen Nelson, a military officer, who passes these
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher: Bucknell University Press
The essays in this book bring together postmodern theory, philosophy, psychoanalysis, anthropology, literature, cultural studies, and women's studies to show how a persistent and classical theme in western theological studies (the alterity of the divine reality) has become creatively transcribed and theorized within the postmodern landscape.