In From Carmel to Horeb, authors Hauser and Gregory focus on the life of the prophet Elijah in 1 Kings 17–19. Using a literary lens for interpretation, they examine images, themes, and the narrative style. Hauser presents an essay on the conflict between Yahweh and death as a character. He gives historical and cultural background, providing valuable context. He goes over setting, structure, key characters, and how the passage works as a story. Gregory focuses on irony and how the character of Elijah is revealed. He inspects theme and structure to deduce the meaning from a literary standpoint.
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