The Forms of Hebrew Poetry: Considered with Special Reference to the Criticism and Interpretation of the Old Testament
Hodder and Stoughton 1915
Roughly a third of the Hebrew Bible is poetry, and yet many Hebrew grammars focus entirely on Hebrew prose. Gray’s Forms of Hebrew Poetry details the types of parallelism found in Hebrew poetry, along with chapters on rhythm and meter, providing a useful guide for exegesis and interpretation of the Hebrew Bible.
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- Preface by the author
- Additional notes
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: The Forms of Hebrew Poetry: Considered with Special Reference to the Criticism and Interpretation of the Old Testament
- Author: George Buchanan Gray
- Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
- Publication Date: 1915
- Pages: 303
About George Buchanan Gray
George Buchanan Gray (1865-1922), Congregational clergyman and biblical scholar, was a professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis at Mansfield College in Oxford. He also authored the volume on Isaiah 1-27, and Numbers in the International Critical Commentary series, among other writings.