“To inflict impossible pain”: the binding of Isaac, divinity, and Kierkegaard in Howard Barker’s Rome

Baker, J.H. 2012. “To inflict impossible pain”: the binding of Isaac, divinity, and Kierkegaard in Howard Barker’s Rome. Ecumenica. 5 (1).

Title“To inflict impossible pain”: the binding of Isaac, divinity, and Kierkegaard in Howard Barker’s Rome
AuthorsBaker, J.H.
JournalEcumenica
Journal citation5 (1)
ISSN1942-4558
Year2012
PublisherBaylor Journal of Theatre & Performance
Publication dates
Published2012

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