In the first half of the 20th century there was immense scholarly interest in the biography of the prophet Jeremiah as the background for understanding the development of the book of Jeremiah. Around the turn of the century this interest disappeared, but it has now resurfaced in a transformed configuration as work seeking to analyze the creation of the literary persona, Jeremiah the prophet.
This volume examines the construction of Jeremiah in the prophetic book and its afterlife, presenting a wide range of scholarly approaches spanning the understanding of Jeremiah from Old Testament times via the Renaissance to the 20th century, and from theology to the history of literature.
This collection of essays on dream and vision reports is a welcome addition to the relatively scarce scholarship focusing on the topic ... I am confident that the reader will find his/her own favourites in this valuable volume
—Journal of Theological Studies
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Else K. Holt is a Lecturer in the Department of Old Testament at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
Carolyn J. Sharp is Professor of Hebrew Scriptures at Yale Divinity School, USA.