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Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Biblical Reference - Language Study,
  • Biblical Studies - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7877714M
ISBN 100802803970
ISBN 109780802803979

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  In The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism, American biblical scholar Adele Berlin seeks to thoroughly analyze the form and function of parallelism in the Hebrew Scriptures and to better articulate its relationship to Hebrew poetry.4/5. Understanding of biblical poetry is enhanced by the study of its structure. In this book Adele Berlin analyzes parallelism, a major feature of Hebrew poetry, from a linguistic perspective. This new edition of Berlin's study features an additional chapter, "The Range of Biblical Metaphors in Smikhut,"by late Russian linguist Lida : Paperback. The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism. For years scholars of biblical poetry have defined parallelism as the simple correspondence of one verse, phrase, or word with another. In this book, Adele Berlin approaches biblical parallelism as a linguistic phenomenon, as a complex interplay among all aspects of language/5(2). For years scholars of biblical poetry have defined parallelism as the simple correspondence of one verse, phrase, or word with another. In this book, Adele Berlin approaches biblical parallelism as a linguistic phenomenon, as a complex interplay among all aspects of language.

Synopsis For years scholars of biblical poetry have defined parallelism as the simple correspondence of one verse, phrase, or word with another. In this book, Adele Berlin approaches biblical parallelism as a linguistic phenomenon, as a complex interplay among all aspects of language. The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism Berlin, Adele Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, pp. xxiv + nd Edition. $ Description: For years scholars of biblical poetry have defined parallelism as the simple correspondence of one verse, phrase, or word with another. In this study, Adele Berlin approaches biblical parallelism as a linguistic phenomenon, and as a .   Book #8 on my curriculum of 10 is The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism by Adele Berlin. And consider this post itself a mini-"Beginners' Guide" to parallelism. "Parallelism" is the basic element of biblical poetry. It plays a role something like what rhyme did for so long in English-language poetry, creating a rhythm that matches two. Buy Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (The Biblical resource series) Revised, Expanded by Berlin, Adele (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(4).

The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism | Logos Bible Software Understanding of biblical poetry is enhanced by the study of its structure. In this book Adele Berlin analyzes parallelism, a major feature of Hebrew poetry, from a linguistic perspective.   Understanding of biblical poetry is enhanced by the study of its structure. In this book Adele Berlin analyzes parallelism, a major feature of Hebrew poetry, from a linguistic perspective. This new edition of Berlin's study features an additional chapter, "The Range of Biblical Metaphors in Smikhut,"by late Russian linguist Lida : Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company. Understanding of biblical poetry is enhanced by the study of its structure. In this book Adele Berlin analyzes parallelism, a major feature of Hebrew poetry, from a linguistic perspective. This new edition of Berlin's study features an additional chapter, "The Range of Biblical Metaphors in Smikhut,"by late Russian linguist Lida Knorina.   In the Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism, Adele Berlin attempts to show how parallelism function dynamically, namely how aspects of it are part of a broader system of linguistic usage. Drawing from the linguistic framework of Roman Jakobson and expanding beyond Lowth, Berlin first addresses parallelism in terms of both biblical studies and linguistic .