Studies on Proverbs (3 vols.) presents literary analysis and critical studies on this practical book of the Old Testament. It contains detailed commentary and introduction to the book of Proverbs, as well as looking at specific issues and topics. For example, this collection addresses the need for poetical analysis within the book of Proverbs as essential for understanding the book as a whole, going over alliteration, meter, and rhyme in Hebrew poetry. The volumes also go over the compilation process of the book as a whole and the style which was used, giving key insight into Hebrew literature and society. There is attention paid to the social issue of poverty and distribution of wealth put forward in Proverbs.
This set of works will be perfect for professors, students, and anyone interested in learning more about the book of Proverbs and its construction, impact, and literary value. Included are several indexes, bibliographies, and notes to aid study and further research.
- Presents variety of topics within study of Proverbs
- In-depth literary and theological discussion
- Includes notes and indexes
- Title: Studies on Proverbs (3 vols.)
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 472