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The New literary criticism and the Hebrew Bible [electronic resource] / edited by J. Cheryl Exum and David J.A. Clines.

Contributor(s): Exum, J. Cheryl | Clines, David J. A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Journal for the study of the Old TestamentSupplement series: 143.Publisher: Sheffield, England : JSOT Press, 1993Description: 1 online resource (276 p.).ISBN: 9780567472526 (electronic bk.); 0567472523 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Criticism | Bible. Old Testament | Bible. A.T. -- Critique, interpr�etation, etc | Bible. A.T. -- Herm�eneutique | Bible. A.T. -- Critique textuelle | RELIGION -- Biblical Criticism & Interpretation -- Old Testament | Oude Testament | Literaire kritiek (bijbelwetenschap) | Bible. A.T. -- Critique, interpr�etation | Altes Testament | Literarkritik | Christianity ScripturesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: New literary criticism and the Hebrew Bible.DDC classification: 221.6/6 Other classification: 11.41 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The new literary criticism / David J.A. Clines, J. Cheryl Exum -- Good to the last drop: viewing the Sotah (Numbers 5.11-31) as the glass half empty and wondering how to view it half full / Alice Bach -- Intertextuality and the book of Jeremiah: animadversions on text and theory / Robert P. Carroll -- A world established on water (Psalm 24): reader-response, deconstruction and bespoke interpretation / David J.A. Clines -- Who's afraid of "the endangered ancestress"? / J. Cheryl Exum -- A reader-response approach to prophetic conflict: the case of Amos 7.10-17 / Francisco O. Garc�ia-Treto -- Ruth finds a home: canon, politics, method / David Jobling -- Tracing the voice of the other: Isaiah 28 and the covenant with death / Francis Landy -- Manasseh as villain and scapegoat / Stuart Lasine -- Moses and David: myth and monarchy / Peter D. Miscall -- Curses and kings: a reading of 2 Samuel 15-16 / Robert Polzin -- Surviving writing: the anxiety of historiography in the former prophets / Hugh S. Pyper.
Daughters and fathers in Genesis ... : or, what is wrong with this picture? / Ilona N. Rashkow.
Summary: 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.
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The new literary criticism / David J.A. Clines, J. Cheryl Exum -- Good to the last drop: viewing the Sotah (Numbers 5.11-31) as the glass half empty and wondering how to view it half full / Alice Bach -- Intertextuality and the book of Jeremiah: animadversions on text and theory / Robert P. Carroll -- A world established on water (Psalm 24): reader-response, deconstruction and bespoke interpretation / David J.A. Clines -- Who's afraid of "the endangered ancestress"? / J. Cheryl Exum -- A reader-response approach to prophetic conflict: the case of Amos 7.10-17 / Francisco O. Garc�ia-Treto -- Ruth finds a home: canon, politics, method / David Jobling -- Tracing the voice of the other: Isaiah 28 and the covenant with death / Francis Landy -- Manasseh as villain and scapegoat / Stuart Lasine -- Moses and David: myth and monarchy / Peter D. Miscall -- Curses and kings: a reading of 2 Samuel 15-16 / Robert Polzin -- Surviving writing: the anxiety of historiography in the former prophets / Hugh S. Pyper.

Daughters and fathers in Genesis ... : or, what is wrong with this picture? / Ilona N. Rashkow.

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.

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