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Isaiah: A New Translation, with A Preliminary Dissertation and Notes
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Isaiah: A New Translation, with A Preliminary Dissertation and Notes


William Hilliard, James Munroe and Company 1834

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Providing a new translation of the original text based on extensive semantic studies, Robert Lowth elucidates the inherent meaning of the text. Offering extensive critical notes and annotation, Lowth’s volume clarifies historical, political, and social context of the text.

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Key Features

  • Presents a translation of the book of Isaiah
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary
  • Includes an appendix on textual variations and extensive indexes

Praise for the Print Edition

This work ranks very high among Biblical scholars—the translation is sublime, and the preliminary dissertation and notes invaluable. It wakened the attention to the study of the Hebrew scriptures, and excited the emulation of Hebrew scholars, who following his example, have supplied improved versions of other prophetic writings.

The Eclectic Review

No former translator has expressed the meaning and spirit of the evangelical prophet so felicitously as Lowth.

The Bibliographer’s Manual of English Literature

Product Details

  • Title: Isaiah: A New Translation, with A Preliminary Dissertation and Notes
  • Author: Robert Lowth
  • Publisher: William Hilliard
  • Publication Date: 1834
  • Pages: 545

About Robert Lowth

Robert Lowth (1710–1787) was educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford. Lowth was appointed arch-deacon of Winchester in 1750, and rector of East Woodhay in 1753. He graduated with a doctorate of divinity from Oxford in 1754, before later being appointed bishop of St. Davids in 1766.