Not in Heaven: Coherence and Complexity in Biblical Narrative

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Jason Philip Rosenblatt, Joseph C. Sitterson (Jr.)
Indiana University Press, 1991 - 262 páginas
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"... ÂNot in Heaven is valuable, not only to professional Bible scholars but to all who love the Book of books. If there are seventy faces to the Torah, as the midrash claims, this book illuminates several more."Â —Conservative Judaism

"A stimulating collection."Â —Literature and Theology

"In short, this collection of essays offers a variety of literary responses to the problems of biblical exegesis, and contributes positively to the dialogue between the two disciplines. No scholar interested in the Bible as literature can afford to ignore it." —Cithara

Distinguished literary critics and biblical scholars illuminate texts from the creation accounts of Genesis to the parables of Mark, addressing questions such as the interpretive tensions within the text and relationships between literature and ideology.

The contributors are Robert Alter, Adele Berlin, John Drury, Bernard M. Levinson, William T. McBride, James C. Nohrnberg, James A. Sanders, Regina Schwartz, Meir Sternberg, and Phyllis Trible.

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Biblical Imperatives and Literary Play
13
The Indirections of Biblical
28
Princely Characters
58
Disruption and Aggregation
98
Between Poetics
120
The Integrity of Biblical Pluralism
154
The Sacrifice of Sarah
170
Biblical Scholarship and Biblical
192
Chiasm Lex Talio and Money in the Book
211
Notes
225
Contributors
261
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