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Retelling the Torah [electronic resource] : the Deuteronomistic historian's use of Tetrateuchal narratives / John E. Harvey.

By: Harvey, John E, 1965-.
Contributor(s): Harvey, John E, 1965-. Retelling the Tetrateuch.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Journal for the study of the Old TestamentSupplement series: 403.Publisher: London ; New York : T & T Clark International, c2004Description: 1 online resource (127 p.).ISBN: 9780567365200 (electronic bk.); 0567365204 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, Narrative | Narration in the Bible | Bible. Old Testament -- Language, style | Deuteronomistic history (Biblical criticism) | Bible. A.T. -- Critique narrative | Bible. A.T. -- Langue | Bible. A.T. -- Style | Narration dans la Bible | RELIGION -- Biblical Criticism & Interpretation -- Old Testament | Oude Testament | Deuteronomistisch geschiedwerk | ToraGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Retelling the Torah.DDC classification: 221.6/6 Other classification: 18.76 | 11.41 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 DTR's USE OF HIS TORAH IN DEUTERONOMY 1-3; Chapter 2 THE GENESIS OF THE PARALLEL NARRATIVES; Chapter 3 DTR'S TORAH-CONSCIOUSNESS; Chapter 4 INVERSION OF TORAH SCHEMATA; Chapter 5 JUDGMENT AND TORAH SCHEMATA; CONCLUSION; Appendix; Bibliography; Index of References.
Summary: The Deuteronomistic Historian patterned more than four dozen of his narratives after those in Genesis-Numbers. The stories that make up Genesis-Numbers were indelibly impressed on the Deuteronomistic Historian's mind, to such an extent that in Deuteronomy-Kings he tells the stories of the nation through the lens of Genesis-Numbers. John Harvey discusses the eight criteria which may be used as evidence that the given stories in Deuteronomy-Kings were based on those in Genesis-Numbers. Unified accounts in the Deuteronomistic History, for instance, often share striking parallels with two or more r.
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Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of St. Michael's College, 1997, under the title: Retelling the Tetrateuch : the Deuteronomistic historian's use of Tetrateuchal narratives.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [103]-114) and index.

Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 DTR's USE OF HIS TORAH IN DEUTERONOMY 1-3; Chapter 2 THE GENESIS OF THE PARALLEL NARRATIVES; Chapter 3 DTR'S TORAH-CONSCIOUSNESS; Chapter 4 INVERSION OF TORAH SCHEMATA; Chapter 5 JUDGMENT AND TORAH SCHEMATA; CONCLUSION; Appendix; Bibliography; Index of References.

The Deuteronomistic Historian patterned more than four dozen of his narratives after those in Genesis-Numbers. The stories that make up Genesis-Numbers were indelibly impressed on the Deuteronomistic Historian's mind, to such an extent that in Deuteronomy-Kings he tells the stories of the nation through the lens of Genesis-Numbers. John Harvey discusses the eight criteria which may be used as evidence that the given stories in Deuteronomy-Kings were based on those in Genesis-Numbers. Unified accounts in the Deuteronomistic History, for instance, often share striking parallels with two or more r.

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