[b-hebrew] paronomasia and/or Pentateuchal sources in Kings

Yitzhak Sapir yitzhaksapir at gmail.com
Mon Feb 19 03:26:35 EST 2007


On 2/18/07, Russell Gmirkin wrote:
> Can anyone recommend studies that discuss paronomasia (puns) in 1/2  Kings?
> I am particularly interested in identifying source materials in  Kings that
> use this literary device.  I imagine, for instance, that the  Tales of the
> Prophets would include more of this than excerpts from the Royal  Chronicles or the
> heavily Deuteronomistic materials.  I already have N.  Levine, 'Twice  as
> Much of Your Spirit: Pattern, Parallel and Paronomasia in the Miracles of  Elijah
> and Elisha" , JSOT 85: 25-46.
>
> On a related note, can anyone recommend studies that identify
> intertextuality of Kings and the Pentateuch broken down by DH sources  (JEDP)?

I recommend you try to ask your question at the biblical studies mailing list:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/biblical-studies

Yitzhak Sapir



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