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AbstractThis article tries to clarify the expression ‘the style of Matthew’. Attention is given to what style is and why it demands attention. Then the way in which the style of Matthew is handled in literature is examined. Unfortunately very little attention has been paid to the concept in periodical literature, but some commentaries include a section on style. The shortcomings of these contributions are pointed out, the role of sources in the determined of style receives attention and lastly a suggestion is made as to a broader view with respect to style in the light of developments in the field of general stylistics
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