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A proper name individualizes a person, the lack of it making him or her less noticeable. This insight is apt in regard to the nameless women in the Hebrew Bible, a resolutely androcentric work. As Judaism traditionally barred women from studying, many Jewish feminists have sought access to the Jewish canon. Much of American-Jewish women's poetry can thus be viewed as belonging to the midrashic-poetry tradition, attempting to vivify the biblical women by "revisioning" the Bible. This articledoi:10.3390/rel11070365 fatcat:3rvrpj4nuzhxzjgfcmz43on3sy