Jonah

S. L. lyosovs at cityline.ru
Mon Dec 30 14:12:31 EST 2002


There exists a commentary  by Jack Sasson. I have not read it, but I read
his commentary on Ruth, very stimulating. The author seems to be more
knowledgeable/insightful  and less verbose than most OT commentary writers.
         Serge Lyosov
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Äàòà: Sunday, December 29, 2002 10:28 PM
Òåìà: [b-hebrew] Re: Jonah


>not to forget "A Textlinguistic Approach to the Biblical Hebrew Narrative
of
>Jonah," Longacre and Hwang in Biblical hebrew and Discourse Linguistics,
ed.
>Bergen. Dallas: SIL, 1994.
>
>Shalom, Bryan
>
>
>> > I'm beginning research for my thesis which I plan
>>  > to write on the book of Jonah. I was wondering if
>>  > any of you had any particular commentaries you
>>  > would recommend, or other sources, for my use.
>>
>
>B. M. Rocine
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