From Charles Dickens to Margaret Oliphant and Charlotte Yonge, Victorian authors drew upon the figures and plots of biblical parables for a variety of authoritative, interpretive, and subversive effects. This study explores how their novels, despite their length and complexity, can become parables in ways that imitate, interpret, and challenge their biblical sources.
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