skip to main content

Perhaps there is hope : reading Lamentations as a polyphony of pain, penitence, and protest / by Miriam J. Bier.

Miriam J Bier

New York : Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015.

Online access

  • Title:
    Perhaps there is hope : reading Lamentations as a polyphony of pain, penitence, and protest / by Miriam J. Bier.
  • Author: Miriam J Bier
  • Subjects: RELIGION / Biblical Studies / Prophets; Bible. -- Lamentations; Bible. Lamentations--Criticism, interpretation, etc; Bible. Lamentations -- Criticism, interpretation, etc; Bible. Lamentations; Electronic books; Criticism, interpretation, etc; Electronic books;
    Dewey: 224/.306
  • Publication Details: New York : Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015.
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents: Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1 -- INTRODUCTION; 1. Introduction; 2. Introduction to Lamentations; 3. Theodic and Antitheodic Readings of Lamentations; 4. The Dialogism of the Idea and the Polyphonic Text; 5. Point of View in the Polyphonic Text; 6. Conclusions; Chapter 2 -- READING LAMENTATIONS 1 AS A POLYPHONY; 1. Introduction to Lamentations 1: The Lamenter and Zion; 2. Lamentations 1: Analysis; 3. Overall Point of View: Lamentations 1; 4. Summary and Conclusions: Lamentations 1; 5. Postscript: The Disappearing Poet; Chapter 3 -- READING LAMENTATIONS 2 AS A POLYPHONY
    Contents: 1. Introduction to Lamentations 2: The Lamenter and Zion Aligned2. Analysis of Lamentations 2; 3. Overall Point of View: Lamentations 2; 4. Summary and Conclusions: Lamentations 2; 5. Postscript: The Deceptive Lamenter and the Disappearing Woman; Chapter 4 -- READING LAMENTATIONS 3 AS A POLYPHONY; 1. Introduction to Lamentations 3: The gbr and Authoritative Discourse; 2. Analysis of Lamentations 3; 3. Overall Point of View: Lamentations 3; 4. Summary and Conclusions: Lamentations 3; Chapter 5 -- READING LAMENTATIONS 4 AS A POLYPHONY; 1. Introduction to Lamentations 4: The Lamenter and bt-'my
    Contents: 2. Analysis of Lamentations 43. Overall Point of View: Lamentations 4; 4. Summary and Conclusions: Lamentations 4; Chapter 6 -- READING LAMENTATIONS 5 AS A POLYPHONY; 1. Introduction to Lamentations 5: The Communal Voice; 2. Analysis of Lamentations 5; 3. Overall Point of View: Lamentations 5; 4. Summary and Conclusions: Lamentations 5; Chapter 7 -- READING LAMENTATIONS AS A POLYPHONY; 1. Introduction; 2. Looking for a Monologic Message in Lamentations; 3. Reading Lamentations as a Polyphony; 4. What Is Invested? Theodicy and Antitheodicy as Apologetic for the Text
    Contents: 5. Conclusions: The Hermeneutical Implications of PolyphonyChapter 8 -- CONCLUSIONS; Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors
  • Identifier: ISBN 9780567658371 (electronic bk.); ISBN 0567658376 (electronic bk.); BNB GBB979678; System number: 019371168
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies ; v.603

Searching Remote Databases, Please Wait