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Janus parallelism in the Book of Job

Scott B. Noegel

Janus parallelism in the Book of Job

by Scott B. Noegel

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Published by Sheffield Academic Press in Sheffield, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. O.T. Job -- Language, style.,
  • Bible. O.T. Job -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
  • Hebrew language -- Parallelism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementScott B. Noegel.
    SeriesJournal for the study of the Old Testament., 223
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1415.2 .N64 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination223 p. ;
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL614474M
    ISBN 101850756244
    LC Control Number96211438
    OCLC/WorldCa35717376

    Janus parallelism in Job and its literary significance. Noegel, Scott B. // Journal of Biblical Literature;Summer96, Vol. Issue 2, p The article presents a critique of the literary device called a Janus parallelism in the Old Testament book of Job. pected Janus parallelism in the prose portion of the book confirms that those chapters are not an early survival but a creation of the author of the book as a whole. Keywords Job - poetry - Janus parallelism - Cyrus Gordon - Avi Hurvitz - Scott Noegel Then Job arose, tore his robe, shaved his head, and fell on the ground and worshiped (Job

    Literary Features of the Book of Job his polyphonic work--wisdom types, a genre from Psalms, and a genre from the legal sphere. Consequently it can be concluded that the Book of Job is a "mixed genre" in which its author expertly blended a variety of literary types in File Size: 92KB. Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job. Scott B. Noegel. 01 Nov Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Janus Parallelism and Its Literary Significance in the Book of Job, with Excurses on the Device in Extra-Jobian and Other Ancient and Near Eastern Literacies. Scott B. Noegel. 01 Aug

    Vol. 8, no. 1 Fall The Child of the Century: Discussing the Ossetic Etymological Dictionary of V.I. Abaev and its Author Ilya Yakubovich. Eumenes I and his Soldiers Reconsidered Matthew Paul Gonzales. Book Review: Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job Scott B. Noegel. Vol. 8, no. 2 Spring Female Fertility and Pregnancy in Ancient. THE POETIC STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK OF JOB AND THE UGARITIC LITERATURE BY CHARLES LEE FEINBERG, TH.D., PH.D. INTRODUCTION Within the short period of less than half a century ( ) the scholarly world was placed under heavy debt to two peasants. Through a peasant woman at Tell El-Amarna in Egypt the valuable Amarna Tablets were brought to.


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Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job JSOTS ; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, The term Janus Parallelism describes a literary device in which a middle stich of poetry contains a pun, which in one of its meanings parallels the line that precedes it and in another, parallels the line that follows.

Noegel here examines instances of Janus parallelism in the Hebrew Bible with particular attention to the book of Job, and with excursuses on the device in other ancient Near Esatern literatures. The author finds the punning device integral to the book of Job, serving a referential by: 7.

About Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job. Noegel here examines instances of Janus parallelism in the Hebrew Bible with particular attention to the book of Job, and with excursuses on the device in other ancient Near Esatern literatures. The author finds the punning device integral to the book of Job, serving a referential function.

Janus parallelism in the Book of Job. Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Scott B Noegel. One of the most interesting books that I have read recently is Scott B. Noegel's excellent research work, Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job (Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, ).

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Noegel in Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job, which I recently the authorship of Job predates the removal of the Lehites from Jerusalem, this tool may have been available to writers in the Book of Mormon. Noegel examines instances of Janus parallelism in the Hebrew Bible with particular attention to the book of Job, and with excursuses on the device in other ancient Near Eastern literatures.

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Noegel's detailed work, Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job (Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, ), where over 50 examples are : 8. Since Janus parallelism has already been demonstrated to be both frequent in the book of Job and significant for its meaning, this unexpected Janus parallelism in the prose portion of the book confirms that those chapters are not an early survival but a creation of the author of the book as a by: 1.

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The. Noegel here examines instances of Janus parallelism in the Hebrew Bible with particular attention to the book of Job, and with excursuses on the device in other ancient Near Esatern literatures.

The author finds the punning device integral to the book of Job, serving a referential : function of Janus parallelism. What I hope to demonstrate is that Janus parallelism can serve a function beyond mere rhetorical and literary embellishment.

I will limit my remarks to the book of Job and to a few of the many Janus parallels found therein.5 have chosen Job because it is a. Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) (Book) Book Details.

ISBN. Title. Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) Author. Noegel, Scott B. Publisher. Sheffield Academic Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. Scott Noegel’s outstanding Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job identifies over 50 cases.

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Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. function of Janus parallelism. What I hope to demonstrate is that Janus 'parallelism can serve a function beyond mere rhetorical and literary embellishment.

I will limit my remarks to the book of Job and to a few of the many Janus parallels found therein.s I have chosen Job because itis a. Janus parallelism, a tool evident in ancient Hebrew poetry, is documented at some length by Scott B. Noegel in Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job, which I recently reviewed.

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Noegel in Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job, which I recently reviewed. Since the authorship of Job predates the removal of the Lehites from Jerusalem, this tool may have been available to writers in the Book of Mormon.

Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job - Verbum Noegel examines instances of Janus parallelism in the Hebrew Bible with particular attention to the book of Job, and with excursuses on the device in other ancient Near Eastern literatures. The author finds the punning device integral to the book of Job, serving a referential function.

The article presents a critique of the literary device called a Janus parallelism in the Old Testament book of Job. Topics addressed include discussion of Janus parallelism as a function beyond mere rhetorical and literary embellishment, the presence of this literary device within the arguments of the book, and the importance of word meanings and interpretations.Noegel examines instances of Janus parallelism in the Hebrew Bible with particular attention to the book of Job, and with excursuses on the device in other ancient Near Eastern literatures.

The author finds the punning device integral to the book of Job, serving a referential function.Since Janus parallelism has already been demonstrated to be both frequent in the book of Job and significant for its meaning, this unexpected Janus parallelism in the prose portion of the book confirms that those chapters are not an early survival but a creation of the author of the book as a by: 1.