[b-hebrew] anti-prophet

Karl Randolph kwrandolph at email.com
Thu Dec 30 13:13:28 EST 2004


It is clear from the review that this book takes a philosophical bias and builds from that. As such, it neither answers the question nor is pertanant to the question of Biblical Hebrew language. Need I say more?

Karl W. Randolph.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Maurice A. O'Sullivan" <mauros at iol.ie>

> 
> At 15:32 30/12/2004, James Bowick wrote:
>
> > From Balaam to Jonah:  Anti-Prophetic Satire in the Hebrew Bible
> > Georgia: Scholars Press, 1995, ISBN 0-7885-0101-
>
> This book was reviewed in RBL:
> http://www.bookreviews.org/bookdetail.asp?TitleId=2170&CodePage=2170
>
> and the review concludes;
>
>  >> This analysis moves well beyond a simplistic discussion of form
> and content. Marcus
> has written a book that is refreshingly rich in allusion and
> imagery that combine to
> elucidate the meaning of four anti-prophetic satires of the Hebrew Bible. <<
>
>
>
> Maurice A. O'Sullivan  [ Bray, Ireland ]
> mauros at iol.ie
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