The Narrative Effect of Book IV of the Hebrew Psalter
©2007 Monographs 134 Pages
Series: Studies in Biblical Literature, Volume 112
The Narrative Effect of Book IV of the Hebrew Psalter takes seriously the canonical form to the text and suggests that there is a narrative effect that occurs as a reader of the Hebrew Bible encounters the canonical Psalter. Rather than reading the book of Psalms as an anthology, the reader can find lexical and thematic connections within the text that tell a story. The turning point of that story comes in Book IV (Psalms 90-106) when the text emphasizes the kingship of YHWH rather than David and a return to the covenant of Moses.
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- 2007 (October)
- Psalmen 90-106 Narrative Exegese Hebrew Bible Psalms the Book of Psalms Book IV Religion Canonical Criticism
- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2007. X, 134 pp.