Bernard C Lategan


The impact of both literary theory and social context on the interpretation of Biblical texts can be clearly seen in this volume. The literary character of the Bible-or at least of significant parts of these documents-has long been recognized, and its interpretation therefore always invited the use of insights deriving from literary theory. It is thus not surprising that recent developments in this field are taken up by biblical scholars.


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