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Utopia and Dystopia in Prophetic Literature

Utopia and Dystopia in Prophetic Literature

Utopia and Dystopia in Prophetic Literature (ISBN10: 3525539851; ISBN13: 9783525539859)
ISBN13: 978-3525539859
ISBN10: 3525539851
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Company KG
Published: 07/11/2006
International: No

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Gottingen 2006 Trade paperback Very good. 298 p. Audience: College/higher education; Professional and scholarly. What happens when scholars approach the prophetic books from a perspective informed b morey questions of idealized future, utopia, and the opposite vision, dystopia? When Ehud Ben Zvi, Mark J. Boda, Michael H. Floyd, Hann Liss, Matthew Neujahr, Julia M. O'Brien, Kathleen M. O'Connor, Jack M. Sasson, Steven J. Schweitzer, Daniel L. Msith-Christopher, and Marvin A. Sweeney intervene, the result is an engaging polypho9ny. Their conversation focuses on ancient contexts of prophetic literature, but deals at times also with habits of thinking about prophetic literature among critical scholars. It leads, among others, to numerous insights on literary and ideological features of these books, and on the social circumstances in which these texts were produced and read, as well on their roles within society and the discursive worlds of which they were an integral part. Although this volume focuses on prophetic less
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