In the succinct The Book of Ezra with Notes, James Davies provides concise annotation and exegetical analysis of the text. Moving chapter-by-chapter, Davies offers explanatory notes and elucidation of the text.
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- Exegetical analysis of the text
- Offers explanatory notes
- Account of Ezra’s Life
- Title: The Book of Ezra with Notes
- Author: James Davies
- Publisher: George Philip & Son
- Publication Date: 1873
- Pages: 88
About James Davies
James Davies (1826–1916) was educated at Repton School and Trinity College in Cambridge. Davies became the curate of St. Anne’s in Limehouse and later at St. Mark’s in Whitechapel. Davies was notable for his extensive authorship and collaborative translations including that of Homer’s Illiad and Plato’s Republic.