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The Rhetorical Design of Isaiah 40-48/55

Zion's Incomparable Saviour and His Servants
  • By P. Van Der Lugt
$318.29
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In this volume, Pieter van der Lugt offers a comprehensive analysis of the rhetorical structure of Isaiah. As in his previous studies on the Book of Job and the Psalter the author demonstrates that classical Hebrew poetry displays a well-defined structure consisting of balanced main parts (cantos) and subdivision into strophes. This rhetorical starting point is of crucial importance for the delimitation of the individual poems in Isaiah 40-48 and in many cases determines their interpretation. Subsequently, it is demonstrated that the successive compositions form well-defined and coherent cycles of poems.
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    • SKU: 9789004513976
    • ISBN 13: 9789004513976
    • Publication Date: 06/02/2022
    • Format: Hardcover
    • Author: P. Van Der Lugt

     
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