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Historian and biographer Dana Greene is an Underhill scholar, Dean Emerita of Oxford College at Emory University, and editor and author of seven books on women and religious history, including The Living of Maisie Ward (University of Notre Dame Press, 1997).Review:
“In an age when we are trying to retrieve voices of women from their near silence in the history of spirituality, Underhill has much to say to the contemporary reader. . . . Greene’s biography centers on Underhill’s intellectual development, especially as manifested in her writings. This proves no small task when one considers the corpus of Underhill’s over four hundred books, essays, articles, and reviews. Greene has integrated a careful content analysis of works written during each period of Underhill’s life with painstaking research of archival materials, personal correspondence, and personal interviews of those who knew Underhill. In the process she has painted a portrait of a real woman struggling with the critical faith questions of the twentieth century. . . . Greene proves herself to be a literary and historical artist as she combines first-class scholarship, deep insight into the life of her subject, and a flowing, on occasion almost poetic, writing style.” —Spirituality Today
“Dana Greene’s fine biography of Underhill . . . is once again a joy to read.” —Review for Religious
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