The Book of the Judges: The Art of Editing

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BRILL, 1999 - 427 من الصفحات
Using a combination of literary theory and the tools of biblical criticism, this original and thought-provoking study investigates the book of Judges as an example of the art of editing in the Hebrew Bible. Judges is shown to have been composed in its parts, and as a whole, according to particular integrative principles. The study not only sheds new light on the redaction of Judges, but opens a new window on biblical historiography as a whole. Responding to calls in the scholarly literature for its translation from Hebrew, this publication makes Amit's fine study available to a wider audience.
 

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المحتوى

Considerations Regarding Implied Editing
10
Signs and LeadershipEditorial Guidelines
25
The Integration of the Two Editorial Lines
118
The Short Story and the Editorial Guidelines
167
Summary
220
Units and the Cycles Overall Tendency
289
The End of the Book
310
Chapters 1718 The Compositional Ending of Judges
317
Chapters 1921 Editorial Digression
337
Technique of Integral Incorporation and Examination
351
Epilogue and Hypothesis Regarding
358
Bibliography
385
Index
407
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نبذة عن المؤلف (1999)

Yairah Amit, Ph.D. (1985) in Biblical Studies and Literature, Tel Aviv University, is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Tel Aviv University, where she was head of department (1992-1996). She has published widely on biblical narrative, historiography and ideology.

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