A Game Theory of Evangelical Fiction

Material TypeArticleLanguageEnglish
TitleA Game Theory of Evangelical Fiction Author(S)Gregory S. Jackson (Author)
Abstract  While the McLoughlin Brother's game was the earliest commercial board game to use Bunyan's title, it had precursors in the field of religious recreation. In the 1830s, Anne Abbott, a member of a family of influential New England Congregational ministers, designed the American The Mansion of Happiness, published by W. & S. B. Ives in 1843. ...Paginationp 451-485
SubjectArtsDescriptorsArts
Journal TitleCritical Inquiry  
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