Reading Ecclesiastes Intertextually (Library Of Hebrew Bible/old Testament Studies Series)
:This volume continues the study of intertextuality in the 'Wisdom Literature' initiated in Reading Job Intertextually (Dell and Kynes, T&T Clark, 2012). Like that book, Reading Ecclesiastes Intertextually provides the first comprehensive treatment of intertextuality in this wisdom text. Articles...
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:This volume continues the study of intertextuality in the 'Wisdom Literature' initiated in Reading Job Intertextually (Dell and Kynes, T&T Clark, 2012). Like that book, Reading Ecclesiastes Intertextually provides the first comprehensive treatment of intertextuality in this wisdom text. Articles address intertextual resonances between Ecclesiastes and texts across the Hebrew canon, along with texts throughout history, from Greek classical literature to the New Testament, Jewish and Christian interpretation, and existential and Modern philosophy.As a multi-authored volume that gathers together scholars with expertise on this diverse array of texts, this collection provides exegetical insight that exceeds any similar attempt by a single author. The contributors have been encouraged to pursue the intertextual approach that best suits their topic, thereby offering readers a valuable collection of intertextual case studies addressing a single text.
Katharine Dell (D.Phil., University of Oxford)l is Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University and Fellow of St. Catharine's College, Oxford. Her specialism is the Old Testament and within that the wisdom literature of Proverbs, Job and Ecclesiastes on which she has written extensively, including Seeking a Life That Matters: Wisdom for Today from the Book of Proverbs; Ethical and Unethical in the Old Testament: God and Humans in Dialogue (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies); Get Wisdom, Get Insight: An Introduction to Israel's Wisdom Literature; The Book of Proverbs in Social and Theological Context; and Shaking a Fist at God: Struggling With the Mystery of Undeserved Suffering
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- :1. Introduction Katharine Dell And Will Kynes <i><u>part I: Ecclesiastes In Dialogue With The Hebrew Bible</u></i> 2. Exploring Intertextual Links Between Ecclesiastes And Genesis 1-11 Katharine Dell 3. Follow Your Heart And Do Not Say It Was A Mistake:qoheleth's Allusions To Numbers 15 And The Story Of The Spies Will Kynes 4. "better That You Should Not Vow Than That You Vow And Not Fulfill":qoheleth's Use Of Textual Allusion And The Transformation Of Deuteronomy's Law Of Vows Bernard M. Levinson 5. Qoheleth As Solomon: "for What Can Anyone Who Comes After The King Do?" (eccl 2:12) Tremper Longman Iii 6. Qoheleth And Isaiah In Dialoguerichard Schultz 7. Polyphonic Narration In Ecclesiastes And Jonahmary Mills 8. Of Snakes And Sinners:an Intertextual Reading Of Ba?al Ha-lashon In Ecclesiastes 10:11 In Light Of ?ish Lashon In Psalm 140:12tova Forti 9. "and They Have No Comforter"job And Ecclesiastes In Dialoguethomas Krger 10. Intertextuality And Economics:reading Ecclesiastes With Proverbsmilton P. Horne 11. Seeking And Finding In Ecclesiastes And Proverbs Daniel J. Estes 12. Solomon, Wisdom, And Loveintertextual Resonance Between Ecclesiastes And Song Of Songs Brittany N. Melton 13. The Inner-textuality Of Qoheleth's Monologue Stuart Weeks <i><u>part Ii: </u></i><i><u>ecclesiastes In Dialogue With Texts Throughout History</u></i> 14. Ecclesiastes In The Intertextual Matrix Of Ancient Near Eastern Literature William H. U. Anderson 15. Ecclesiastes Among The Comedians John Jarick 16. A Reassessment Of Sirach's Relationship To Qoheleth: A Case Study Of Qoheleth 3:15 And Sirach 5:3 Bradley C. Gregory 17. Intertextual Connections Between The Wisdom Of Solomon And Qoheleth Lester L. Grabbe 18. Wisdom, Apocalypticism And Intertextuality:the Book Of Ecclesiastes And The Sociolect Of The Dead Sea Scrolls Matthew Goff 19. The Intertextuality Of Ecclesiastes And The New Testament Craig G. Bartholomew 20. Qoheleth's Israel In Jerome's <i><u>commentarius In Ecclesiasten</u></i> Jennie Grillo 21. Ecclesiastes, Augustine's <i><u>uti/frui</u></i> Distinction, And Christ As The Waste Of The World Susannah Ticciati 22. Examples Of Intertextuality In Ecclesiastes Rabbah:an Examination Of The Book Of Psalms In Ecclesiastes Rabbah With Methodological Nuances Michail Kitsos 23. Remembering In One's Youth Kierkegaard Reading Ecclesiastes As An Edifying Discourse Hugh Pyper 24. Ecclesiastes In Dialogue With Modernity:a Matter Of Life And Death Daniel J. Treier