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A sense of text : the art of language in the study of Biblical literature : papers from a symposium at the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, May 11, l982. [print]

Contributor(s): Geller, Stephen A. Through windows and mirrors into the Bible | Greenstein, Edward L. How does parallelism mean? | Berlin, Adele. Point of view in Biblical narrativeMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Jewish quarterly review supplement ; 1982Publication details: Winona Lake, Indiana : Distributed for the Dropsie College by Eisenbrauns, [(c)1983. Description: 113 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Bible. Old Testament | Bible as literature | Hebrew language -- Parallelism | Narration in the BibleLOC classification: BS537.S467 1983BS537.B515.S467 19832
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Through windows and mirrors into the Bible : history, literature and language in the study of text Stephen A. Geller How does parallelism mean? / Edward L. Greenstein Point of view in Biblical narrative Adele Berlin.
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Through windows and mirrors into the Bible : history, literature and language in the study of text Stephen A. Geller How does parallelism mean? / Edward L. Greenstein Point of view in Biblical narrative Adele Berlin.

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