HANNAH AND HER PRAYERS

Adele Berlin

Abstract


This essay, dedicated to my friend and colleague, Yehoshua Gitay, discusses the
story of Hannah, with emphasis on the speeches and on Hannah’s two prayers, the
prose prayer embedded in the narrative and the poetic prayer that follows it. The
two prayers are compared in terms of their rhetoric and their function.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/87-0-959

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