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What does Eve do to help [electronic resource] : and other readerly questions to the Old Testament / David J.A. Clines.

By: Clines, David J. A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Journal for the study of the Old TestamentSupplement series: 94.Publisher: Sheffield, England : JSOT, c1990Description: 1 online resource (178 p.).ISBN: 9780567498007 (electronic bk.); 056749800X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible. A.T. -- Critique, interpr�etation, etc | RELIGION -- Biblical Criticism & Interpretation -- Old Testament | Oude Testament | Bible O.T. - Critical studiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: What does Eve do to help.DDC classification: 221.6 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Abbreviations; 1 What Does Eve Do to Help? and Other Irredeemably Androcentric Orientations in Genesis 1-3; 2 What Happens in Genesis; 3 The Ancestor in Danger: But Not the Same Danger; 4 The Old Testament Histories: A Reader's Guide; 5 Deconstructing the Book of Job; 6 The Nehemiah Memoir: The Perils of Autobiography; Bibliography; Index of Authors; Index of Biblical References.
Summary: Readerly questions are raised when readers are explicitly and programmatically brought into the process of interpreting texts. Traditionally, the reader and readerly interest and identities have been screened out when we have set about interpreting texts, and we have set our sights on attaining an interpretation that shouldbe as "objective " as possible. Things are rather different now. Not only is quest for objective interpretation seen as chiaera, but the rewards of unabashed "readerly" interpretations that foreground the process of reading and the context of the reader h.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [164]-172) and indexes.

Abbreviations; 1 What Does Eve Do to Help? and Other Irredeemably Androcentric Orientations in Genesis 1-3; 2 What Happens in Genesis; 3 The Ancestor in Danger: But Not the Same Danger; 4 The Old Testament Histories: A Reader's Guide; 5 Deconstructing the Book of Job; 6 The Nehemiah Memoir: The Perils of Autobiography; Bibliography; Index of Authors; Index of Biblical References.

Readerly questions are raised when readers are explicitly and programmatically brought into the process of interpreting texts. Traditionally, the reader and readerly interest and identities have been screened out when we have set about interpreting texts, and we have set our sights on attaining an interpretation that shouldbe as "objective " as possible. Things are rather different now. Not only is quest for objective interpretation seen as chiaera, but the rewards of unabashed "readerly" interpretations that foreground the process of reading and the context of the reader h.

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What does Eve do to help by Clines, David J. A. ©1990
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