The raising of the dead, the cleansing of menstruous
woman, the healing of the sick, the opening of the eyes of the blind and all messianic activities; they are signs of the presence in the world of the promised salvation.
Frazer stated that menstruous
girls, just like women after childbirth are "suspended, so to say between heaven and earth" (2009: 606).
She discusses textual immanence in The Temple, Edward Taylor's "Menstruous
Cloth," metaphor and resistance in John Donne, Richard Crashaw, and immanent textualities in a a postsacramental world.