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Jeremiah

A Study in Ancient Hebrew Rhetoric

Jack R. Lundbom

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$26.95 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-1-57506-016-3

256 pages
6" × 9"
1997

Jeremiah

A Study in Ancient Hebrew Rhetoric

Jack R. Lundbom

Completely retypeset including a new chapter on the history of rhetorical criticism in North America and a fully updated bibliography, Jack Lundbom’s landmark contribution to rhetorical criticism is here reissued by Eisenbrauns. This book serves a dual purpose as both an introduction to Jeremiah and an introduction (with illustration) to rhetorical criticism of the Hebrew Bible.

 

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Completely retypeset including a new chapter on the history of rhetorical criticism in North America and a fully updated bibliography, Jack Lundbom’s landmark contribution to rhetorical criticism is here reissued by Eisenbrauns. This book serves a dual purpose as both an introduction to Jeremiah and an introduction (with illustration) to rhetorical criticism of the Hebrew Bible.

Preface

Preface to the Second Edition

Abbreviations

Rhetorical Criticism

Rhetorical Criticism in the American Universities

James Muilenburg and Rhetorical Criticism

The Question of Method

Rhetorical Criticism and the Book of Jeremiah

Chapter 1: Introduction

Call to Rhetorical Criticism

Survey of Earlier Literary Criticism

Outline of the Present Study

Chapter 2: Inclusio

Inclusio in the Larger Book of Jeremiah

Inclusio in the Poems of Jeremiah

Inclusio within the Jeremianic Poems

Chapter 3: Chiasmus

Chiasmus within the Jeremianic Poems

Chiastic Poems in Jeremiah

Chiasmus in the Larger Book of Jeremiah

Chapter 4: Conclusion

The Rhetoric of Jeremiah

The Rhetoric of the Book of Jeremiah

Appendix: Christian Schoettgen’s Exergasia Sacra

Bibliography

Index of Authors

Index of Scripture

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