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Watching a Biblical Narrative

Hardback|Apr 2008
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A complete guide to the literary concept of point of view, with a methodology for its analysis in the exegesis of biblical narratives>


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A complete guide to the literary concept of point of view, with a methodology for its analysis in the exegesis of biblical narratives>
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Drawing upon the work of literary critics and linguists on point of view in secular literature, this work develops a methodology for analyzing point of view in biblical narratives.  The literary concept of point of view addresses the issue of the angle from which a reader is led to experience any given moment of a story.  Think of how a movie director chooses between several different camera angles to create just the right image for the audience to view on the screen.  The narrator of a written story also chooses between various camera angles to create images to be viewed in the reader's "mind's eye," using various linguistic devices to produce these different angles.  The present work isolates all the linguistic devices used to any substantial degree in the manipulation of point of view in biblical narratives, describing how each affects the angle from which the reader experiences the story.



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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 277157
  • Product Code 9780567026958
  • ISBN 0567026957
  • EAN 9780567026958
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Scripture
  • Sub-Category Exegesis
  • Publisher T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Apr 2008
  • Dimensions 237 x 161 x 22mm
  • Weight 0.500kg

Gary Yamasaki

Gary Yamasaki is Professor of New Testament at Columbia Bible College, British Columbia, Canada.

  • Introduction; Ch. 1: Point Of View And Literary Criticism; Ch. 2: Point Of View And Linguistics; Ch. 3: Point Of View And Narrative Criticism - New Testament; Ch. 4: Point Of View And Narrative Criticism - Old Testament; Ch. 5: A Methodology For Analyzing Point Of View In Biblical Narratives; Ch. 6: Application Of Methodology To Luke 19:1-10; Ch. 7: Conclusion.

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