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ERIC Number: ED105493
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 352
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Literary Interpretations of Biblical Narratives. The Bible in Literature Courses Series.
Gros Louis, Kenneth R. R., Ed.; And Others
Designed for use by secondary school teachers, this book contains a collection of biblical literary analyses, the writing of which was prompted by increased interest in the Bible as an academic study. There are 17 chapters in the book: "The Rabbinic Method and Literary Criticism" by K.P. Bland; "Literary Criticism of the Bible: Some Fallacies" by L. Ryken; "Paradox and Symmetry in the Joseph Narrative" by D.A. Seybold; "The Literary Context of the Moses Birth Story" by J.S. Ackerman; "Moses: Tragedy and Sublimity" by H. Barzel; "The Book of Ruth" by D.F. Rauber; "The Book of Jonah" by T.S. Warshaw; "The Two Kindgoms in Matthew's Gospel" by J. Wojcik; and "Genesis I-II,""The Garden of Eden,""The Book of Judges,""Elijah and Elisha,""Isaiah: Chapters 40-55,""The Book of Job,""Ecclesiastes,""The Gospel of Mark," and "Revelation" by K.R.R. Gros Louis. (JM)
Abingdon Press, 201 8th Avenue S., Nashville, Tennessee 37202 ($6.95 paper)
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