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Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry
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Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry


JSOT Press 1987

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The essays included in this volume are indicative of the directions in the study of biblical Hebrew poetry—not only reflecting the directions of study in the past, but also pointing the way for future exploration. Biblical study which focuses on literary form cannot help but touch upon the larger field of literary criticism. Authors have incorporated a variety of approaches—some traditional; others innovative and controversial—to suggest the richness of the study itself and to provide a sense of its expansiveness into the future.

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Key Features

  • Preface by the editor
  • Bibliographical references and indexes


  • David Noel Freedman
  • Duane L. Christensen
  • John T. Willis
  • David J. A. Clines
  • Jerome T. Walsh
  • Theodore Hiebert
  • Adele Berlin
  • Harris Lenowitz
  • Michael Patrick O’Connor
  • Elaine R. Follis
  • Syliva Huberman Scholnick
  • Carole Fontaine
  • William J. Urbrock
  • Alan J. Hauser
  • Bernhard W. Anderson
  • Walter Brueggemann

Product Details

  • Title: Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry
  • Editor: Elaine R. Follis
  • Publisher: Sheffield
  • Publication Date: 1988
  • Pages: 340

About Elaine R. Follis

Elaine R. Follis is a professor of religion at Principia College in Elsah, Illinois.

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