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New Literary Criticism and the Hebrew Bible (Journal For The Study Of The Old Testament Supplement Series)

Hardback|Oct 1993
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The purpose of this original volume is to illustrate what has been happening recently in Hebrew Bible studies under the influence of developments in literary theory in the last couple of decades. The methods and practice of reader-response criticism and...


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The purpose of this original volume is to illustrate what has been happening recently in Hebrew Bible studies under the influence of developments in literary theory in the last couple of decades. The methods and practice of reader-response criticism and deconstruction, as well as of feminist, materialist and psychoanalytic approaches are represented here by essays from leading Hebrew Bible literary critics. Alice Bach, Robert Carroll, Francisco Garcia-Treto, David Jobling, Francis Landy, Stuart Lasine, Peter Miscall, Hugh Pyper, Robert Polzin, and Ilona Rashkow, together with the two editors, present distinctive and eclectic essays on particular biblical texts, introducing students and scholars to exciting new dimensions of biblical study.
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J Cheryl Exum (Ed)

J. Cheryl Exum is professor of biblical studies at the University of Sheffield in England, and is the director of Sheffield Phoenix Press. She is the author of numerous scholarly works on the Hebrew Bible including Scripture and Other Artifacts (WJK).

David J A Clines (Ed)

David J. A. Clines is Professor Emeritus, Department of Biblical Studies, University of Sheffield, and is the author and editor of a number of volumes including The Theme of The Pentateuch, Job 1-20 vol.18A, Job 21-38 vol.18B, Job 38-42 vol 18C (Word Biblical Commentary) and The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew 8 volumes.

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