Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry
Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry

Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry

in The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies

by Walter Brueggemann, David Noel Freedman, Duane L. Christensen, John T. Willis, David J. A. Clines, Jerome T. Walsh, Theodore Hiebert, Adele Berlin, Harris Lenowitz, Michael O'Connor, Elaine R. Follis, Sylvia Huberman Scholnick, Carole Fontaine, William J. Urborck, Alan J. Hauser, and Bernhard W. Anderson

Pages 340
Publisher T&T Clark
Published 1988
ISBN-13 9781850750130
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • List of Contributors
  • 1 - Another Look at Biblical Hebrew Poetry - David Noel Freedman
  • 2 - Narrative Poetics and the Interpretation of The Book of Jonah - Duane L. Christensen
  • 3 - Alternating (ABA'B') Parallelism in the Old Testament Psalms and Prophetic Literature - John T. Willis
  • 4 - The Parallelism of Greater Precision - David J. A. Clines
  • 5 - The Case for the Prosecution: Isa 41:21-42:17 - Jerome T. Walsh
  • 6 - The Use of Inclusion in Habakkuk 3 - Theodore Hiebert
  • 7 - On the Interpretation of Psalm 133 - Adele Berlin
  • 8 - The Mock-Simha of Psalm 137 - Harris Lenowitz
  • 9 - The Pseudosorites: A Type of Paradox in Hebrew Verse - Michael Patrick O.Connor
  • 10 - The Holy City as Daughter - Elaine R. Follis
  • 11 - Job 38-41 - Sylvia Huberman Scholnick
  • 12 - Folktale Structure in the Bok of Job: A Formalist Reading - Carole Fontaine
  • 13 - Samon: A Play for Voices - William J. Urborck
  • 14 - Two Songs of Victory: A Comparison of Exodus 15 and Judges 5 - Alan J.Hauser
  • 15 - The Song of Miriam Poetically and Theologically Considered - Bernard W. Anderson
  • 16 - A Response to The Song of Miriam by Bernhard Anderson - Walter Bruggemann
  • Index of Biblical References
  • Index of Authors
  • Copyright

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