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Edited by Florentino García Martínez and Ed Noort
Arie van der Kooij
This publication offers a detailed analysis of the Septuagint version of Isaiah 23, the Oracle of Tyre. It is argued that this text is best understood as an updated prophecy which was produced by a translator who belonged to the circles of learned scribes.
Marjo C.A. Korpel and Johannes C. de Moor
Delimitation of structural units has always been a controversial subject in Old Testament exegesis. Yet all translation and interpretation depends on it. In this work hitherto largely unexplored, but highly relevant, evidence found in ancient Hebrew, Greek and Syriac manuscripts is evaluated.
Edited by Johannes C. de Moor
Raymond de Hoop
This book discusses the philological, literary and historical aspects of the "Blessing of Jacob" (Genesis 49). It provides a thorough analysis of Gen. 47:29-49:33* and an original suggestion concerning its historical provenance.
Deals with the structure, coherence and composition of the stories of Exodus 1 and 2. The method described and the analytical procedures employed provide an instructive introduction to the discussion on newer techniques of interpretation of biblical narrative.
This book presents a comprehensive discussion of three famous poems which are studied as works of art. A full description of their prosodic regularity, as well as the variations on it, is given, and goes hand in hand with a detailed structural analysis of the lower and higher textual units. ...
This study develops Hurshovski's integrational semantics as a conceptual framework for exploring dimensions of representation in ancient Hebrew narratives. A suggestive reading, as well as a hypothetical representeme for Judges, challenges the use of modernist logic in reading these narratives.
The scrutiny of almost every word of Leviticus, the methodology of which is based on the tenets of rhetorical analysis, brings to light a carefully-crafted literary masterpiece, where often form and content have been perfectly blended.
Archibald L.H.M. van Wieringen
This monograph is the first comprehensive, synchronic, reader-oriented analysis of the implied reader for a continuous part of the book of the prophet Isaiah, namely Isa 6-12.
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