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An Analysis of the Book of Ecclesiastes: With Reference to the Hebrew Grammar of Gesenius, and with Notes Critical and Explanatory

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Viewing the text of Ecclesiastes as one of the earliest examples of pragmatic “moral philosophy,” J. Lloyd offers a brief commentary that provides exegesis of the text with emphasis on semantic and rhetorical expression. Lloyd refers to several well known authors such as Frederich W. Gesenius, Heinrich Ewald, and Moses Stuart to validate his assertions.

  • Title: An Analysis of the Book of Ecclesiastes: With Reference to the Hebrew Grammar of Gesenius, and with Notes Critical and Explanatory
  • Author: Lloyd, John
  • Publisher: Samuel Bagster and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1874