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Pivot Patterns in the Former Prophets

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Sheffield Academic Press 1999

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Overview

The "pivot pattern" is a unique type of chiasmus, a linguistic pattern characterized by an inversion of the internal order of a phrase or passage. The main idea is found primarily at its pivot, while its elements, normally of an uneven number, are distributed on both sides of the pivot in a mirrored symmetry. Klaus undertakes here to compile a "grammar" of the pattern, and to characterize, exemplify and differentiate its various forms.

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  • Title: Pivot Patterns in the Former Prophets
  • Author: Nathan Klaus
  • Series: Studies on the Prophets
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 313

About Nathan Klaus

Dr Nathan Klaus obtained his doctorate from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and is Principal of Hasharon Junior High School in Ra'anana, Israel.

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