Edith Deen Writing Styles in All of the Women of the Bible

Edith Deen
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The perspective of the author is that of a woman. She is a contemporary lady. The work was published in 1955. She was a married woman at the time the work was published. She acknowledges the help of her husband during this time. He was actually supportive of her effort in contrast to the fear that he might not want really want her to succeed. She is an American. By the time this work comes out she is an established writer and author.

According to the back of the book she is a guild and league member and an author. The married twentieth century woman is most probably also a Christian. The author does not mention whether or not she has any children. However, the way that the maternal role is eulogized in throughout the text suggests that she probably would be if she could be. This type of...

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