The New literary criticism and the Hebrew Bible / edited by J. Cheryl Exum and David J.A. Clines.

Contributor(s): Exum, J. Cheryl | Clines, David J. ASeries: Journal for the study of the Old TestamentSupplement series ; 143Publication details: Sheffield, England : JSOT Press, 1993Description: 276 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1850754241Subject(s): Bible. O.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Criticism | Christianity ScripturesDDC classification: 221.6/6 LOC classification: BS1181.2 | .N48 1993
Contents:
The new literary criticism / David J.A. Clines, J. Cheryl Exum -- Good to the last drop: viewing the Sotah (Numbers 5.11-31) as the glass half empty and wondering how to view it half full / Alice Bach -- Intertextuality and the book of Jeremiah: animadversions on text and theory / Robert P. Carroll -- A world established on water (Psalm 24): reader-response, deconstruction and bespoke interpretation / David J.A. Clines -- Who's afraid of "the endangered ancestress"? / J. Cheryl Exum -- A reader-response approach to prophetic conflict: the case of Amos 7.10-17 / Francisco O. García-Treto -- Ruth finds a home: canon, politics, method / David Jobling -- Tracing the voice of the other: Isaiah 28 and the covenant with death / Francis Landy -- Manasseh as villain and scapegoat / Stuart Lasine -- Moses and David: myth and monarchy / Peter D. Miscall -- Curses and kings: a reading of 2 Samuel 15-16 / Robert Polzin -- Surviving writing: the anxiety of historiography in the former prophets / Hugh S. Pyper -- Daughters and fathers in Genesis...: or, what is wrong with this picture? / Ilona N. Rashkow.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

The new literary criticism / David J.A. Clines, J. Cheryl Exum -- Good to the last drop: viewing the Sotah (Numbers 5.11-31) as the glass half empty and wondering how to view it half full / Alice Bach -- Intertextuality and the book of Jeremiah: animadversions on text and theory / Robert P. Carroll -- A world established on water (Psalm 24): reader-response, deconstruction and bespoke interpretation / David J.A. Clines -- Who's afraid of "the endangered ancestress"? / J. Cheryl Exum -- A reader-response approach to prophetic conflict: the case of Amos 7.10-17 / Francisco O. García-Treto -- Ruth finds a home: canon, politics, method / David Jobling -- Tracing the voice of the other: Isaiah 28 and the covenant with death / Francis Landy -- Manasseh as villain and scapegoat / Stuart Lasine -- Moses and David: myth and monarchy / Peter D. Miscall -- Curses and kings: a reading of 2 Samuel 15-16 / Robert Polzin -- Surviving writing: the anxiety of historiography in the former prophets / Hugh S. Pyper -- Daughters and fathers in Genesis...: or, what is wrong with this picture? / Ilona N. Rashkow.