The Resource A study of Job 4-5 in the light of contemporary literary theory, David W. Cotter

A study of Job 4-5 in the light of contemporary literary theory, David W. Cotter

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A study of Job 4-5 in the light of contemporary literary theory
Title
A study of Job 4-5 in the light of contemporary literary theory
Statement of responsibility
David W. Cotter
Title variation
Study of Job four-five in the light of contemporary literary theory
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Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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Cotter, David W
Index
no index present
LC call number
BS1415.2
LC item number
.C67 1990
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Dissertation series / Society of Biblical Literature
Series volume
no. 124
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hebrew poetry, Biblical
  • Poésie hébraïque biblique
  • Job (bijbelboek)
  • Literaire structuur
  • Dichtkunst
  • Poésie hébraïque biblique
  • Sprachanalyse
  • Poésie hébraïque biblique - Histoire et critique
  • Sprachanalyse
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A study of Job 4-5 in the light of contemporary literary theory, David W. Cotter
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-259)
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Language and method in the study of biblical Hebrew poetry preparatory to the study of Job 4-5 -- The poetic function of language: Poetic language as different from the non-poetic ; "Poetry is organized violence committed on ordinary speech" ; The difficulties inherent in this approach -- The language of poetry: The physical aspects of poetic language ; Sound in poetry ; Poetic devices based on sound recurrence ; Euphony ; Alliteration, assonance, consonance ; Rhyme ; Sound pairs ; Meaning in poetry ; A vastidity of deception ; Strangeness in the foreground ; Likeness: Simile, metonym, metaphor ; Simile ; Metonymy ; Metaphor -- The organization of poetic language: Meter and rhythm ; In literary theory in general ; In biblical studies ; Budde-Ley-Sievers ; Elcanon Isaacs ; G. Douglas Young ; Benjamin Hrushovski ; Stanislav Segert ; Hans Kosmala ; Wimsatt and Yoder ; Jerzy Kurylowicz ; Oswald Loretz ; Gene R. Schramm ; Douglas Stuart ; David Noel Freedman ; Robert Gordis ; Stephen Geller ; Michael O'Connor ; James L. Kugel ; Robert Alter ; Duane W. Christensen ; W.G.E. Watson ; Francis Landy ; Dennis Pardee ; Parallelism: Broad definitions ; Narrow definitions ; Types and distribution ; Repetitive ; Semantic ; Grammatical ; Phonetic ; The line and supralinear subdivisions of poetry: The line in literary criticism ; The line in Hebrew poetry ; The stanza, the strophe and the paragraph in literary criticism ; The stanza in Hebrew poetry -- The reader of poetry: Reader -- or audience -- related interpretive strategies -- Methodology: Terminology -- An excursus on ambiguity: In literary theory ; In relation to Hebrew poetry -- 2. The text of Job 4-5: Delimitation and segmentation of the text ; Couplets ; Irregular sense divisions ; Regular sense divisions ; a proposal ; The text ; Parallelism: types and distribution ; Repetitive parallelism ; Regular repetitive ; Near repetitive ; General remarks: repetitive parallelism ; Semantic parallelism ; General remarks ; List of semantic groups ; Half-line semantic parallelism ; Regular semantic parallelism ; Near semantic parallelism -- 3. An analysis of Job 4 -- Job I 4:2-6: Thematic unity ; Rhetorical and structural devices -- Job 4:7-11: Thematic unity ; Rhetorical and structural devices -- Job 4:12-16: Thematic unity and structural devices -- Job 4:17-21 Thematic unity and structural devices -- 5. An analysis of Job 5 -- Job 5:1-7 -- Job 5:8-16 -- Job 5:17-26 -- Job 5:27
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xi, 259 pages
Isbn
9781555404642
Lccn
90044545
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)22209298
Label
A study of Job 4-5 in the light of contemporary literary theory, David W. Cotter
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-259)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Language and method in the study of biblical Hebrew poetry preparatory to the study of Job 4-5 -- The poetic function of language: Poetic language as different from the non-poetic ; "Poetry is organized violence committed on ordinary speech" ; The difficulties inherent in this approach -- The language of poetry: The physical aspects of poetic language ; Sound in poetry ; Poetic devices based on sound recurrence ; Euphony ; Alliteration, assonance, consonance ; Rhyme ; Sound pairs ; Meaning in poetry ; A vastidity of deception ; Strangeness in the foreground ; Likeness: Simile, metonym, metaphor ; Simile ; Metonymy ; Metaphor -- The organization of poetic language: Meter and rhythm ; In literary theory in general ; In biblical studies ; Budde-Ley-Sievers ; Elcanon Isaacs ; G. Douglas Young ; Benjamin Hrushovski ; Stanislav Segert ; Hans Kosmala ; Wimsatt and Yoder ; Jerzy Kurylowicz ; Oswald Loretz ; Gene R. Schramm ; Douglas Stuart ; David Noel Freedman ; Robert Gordis ; Stephen Geller ; Michael O'Connor ; James L. Kugel ; Robert Alter ; Duane W. Christensen ; W.G.E. Watson ; Francis Landy ; Dennis Pardee ; Parallelism: Broad definitions ; Narrow definitions ; Types and distribution ; Repetitive ; Semantic ; Grammatical ; Phonetic ; The line and supralinear subdivisions of poetry: The line in literary criticism ; The line in Hebrew poetry ; The stanza, the strophe and the paragraph in literary criticism ; The stanza in Hebrew poetry -- The reader of poetry: Reader -- or audience -- related interpretive strategies -- Methodology: Terminology -- An excursus on ambiguity: In literary theory ; In relation to Hebrew poetry -- 2. The text of Job 4-5: Delimitation and segmentation of the text ; Couplets ; Irregular sense divisions ; Regular sense divisions ; a proposal ; The text ; Parallelism: types and distribution ; Repetitive parallelism ; Regular repetitive ; Near repetitive ; General remarks: repetitive parallelism ; Semantic parallelism ; General remarks ; List of semantic groups ; Half-line semantic parallelism ; Regular semantic parallelism ; Near semantic parallelism -- 3. An analysis of Job 4 -- Job I 4:2-6: Thematic unity ; Rhetorical and structural devices -- Job 4:7-11: Thematic unity ; Rhetorical and structural devices -- Job 4:12-16: Thematic unity and structural devices -- Job 4:17-21 Thematic unity and structural devices -- 5. An analysis of Job 5 -- Job 5:1-7 -- Job 5:8-16 -- Job 5:17-26 -- Job 5:27
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xi, 259 pages
Isbn
9781555404642
Lccn
90044545
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)22209298

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