The Literary Interpretation of the Influence of The Bible

Xiaochuan REN

Abstract


This article deals with the literary interpretation of the influence of The Bible. It has been an everlasting influence ever since it was finished over 2,000 years ago. And people have tried to interpret the good book from a variety of perspectives. Understanding its influence over the literary works and men of letters can undoubtedly facilitate the readers’ interpretation of the big picture when reading the literary works and give a feel for literary giants’ Biblical complex.


Keywords


The Bible; Literature; Influence; Interpretation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7798

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