Here are the discussion questions for the twelfth email in the AMV Deep Dive of Marden J. Clark’s essay collection Liberating Form.
If you haven’t signed up for the email, you can read it (and sign up to receive future ones) here: Toward a More Perfect Order Within: Being the Confessions of an Unregenerate But Not Unrepentant Mistruster of Mormon Literature.
Please note that comments are moderated, and the goal is to make this a place welcome to Mormons of all stripes (as well as folks with an interest in Mormonism).
- Where does your mistrust and/or championing of Mormon literature come from?
- What literary/cultural studies theories, thinkers, texts, etc. have you found useful (or not useful) in relation to Mormon literature?
- What forms of sincerity or openness do you value in Mormon culture? Are those the same as in non-Mormon works of culture? Why or why not?