The New Literary Criticism and the Hebrew Bible
JSOT Press 1993
This is a collection of essays by a variety of biblical scholars, using different literary approaches on major biblical themes and passages. The authors use deconstruction, reader-response, ideological criticism, and historiography. They cover topics in the Old Testament, including: Moses, David, Fathers and Daughters, and the prophets. Each author not only interprets the text, but goes to in-depth criticism. Because of the wide assortment of essays and topics, the volume symbolizes the broad range of critical readings of the Old Testament.
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- Essays on major biblical themes and passages
- In-depth criticism of biblical text
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: The New Literary Criticism and the Hebrew Bible
- Editors: J. Cheryl Exum and David J. A. Clines
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Publication Date: 1993
- Pages: 280
About the Editors
J. Cheryl Exum is a professor of biblical studies at the University of Sheffield.
David J. A. Clines is a professor of biblical studies and the head of department at the University of Sheffield.