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The Resource Literary construction of identity in the ancient world : proceedings of a conference, Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures : Options and Limits of Modern Literary Approaches in the Exegesis of Ancient Texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006, edited by Hanna Liss and Manfred Oeming

Literary construction of identity in the ancient world : proceedings of a conference, Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures : Options and Limits of Modern Literary Approaches in the Exegesis of Ancient Texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006, edited by Hanna Liss and Manfred Oeming

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Literary construction of identity in the ancient world : proceedings of a conference, Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures : Options and Limits of Modern Literary Approaches in the Exegesis of Ancient Texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006
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Literary construction of identity in the ancient world
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proceedings of a conference, Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures : Options and Limits of Modern Literary Approaches in the Exegesis of Ancient Texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006
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edited by Hanna Liss and Manfred Oeming
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eng
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index present
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non fiction
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2006
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"Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures"
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  • Liss, Hanna
  • Oeming, Manfred
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  • Identity (Psychology) in literature
  • Literature, Ancient
  • Bible as literature
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Literary construction of identity in the ancient world : proceedings of a conference, Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures : Options and Limits of Modern Literary Approaches in the Exegesis of Ancient Texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006, edited by Hanna Liss and Manfred Oeming
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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Thinking of ancient texts as literature. Memory, narration, identity: Exodus as a political myth / Jan Assmann -- Narrative poetics and Hebrew narrative: a survey / Joachim Vette -- Is there a universal genre of "drama"? conjectures on the basis of "dramatic" texts in Old Testament prophecy, Attic tragedy, and Egyptian cult plays / Helmut Utzschneider -- Narratology and the Classics: the proof of the pudding-- / Irene J. F. de Jong -- The identity of authors and readers. Ancient writers, modern readers, and King Ashurnasirpal's political problems: an exploration of the possibility of reading ancient texts / Barbara N. Porter -- The Achilles heel of reader-response criticism and the concept of reading hermeneutics of caution / Christof Hardmeier -- Tell me who I am: reading the alphabet of Ben Sira / Dagmar Börner-Klein -- The powers of a lost subject: reinventing a poet's identity in Catullus's Carmen 8 / Melanie Möller -- Fiction and fact. Forms of talk in Hebrew Biblical narrative: negotiations, interaction, and sociocultural context / Frank H. Polak -- Of mice and men and blood: the laws of ritual purity in the Hebrew Bible / Hanna Liss -- Fiction and imagination in early Christian literature: the acts of the Apostles as a test case / Ute E. Eisen -- Fictions and formulations: the Talmud and the construction of Jewish identity / David Kraemer -- Are vocation texts fictional? on Hesiod's Helicon experience / Geritt Kloss -- Rereading Biblical poetry. From Aristotle to Bakhtin: the comedic and the carnivalesque in a Biblical tale / Nehama Aschkenasy -- Where is Isaiah in Isaiah? / Francis Landy -- Job 28 and the climax in chapters 29-31: crisis and identity / Jan Fokkelman -- Modeling the future by reconstructing the past. Samuel's "farewell speech": theme and variation in 1 Samuel 12, Josephus, and pseudo-Philo / Joachim Vette -- The exile: Biblical ideology and its postmodern ideological interpretation / Adele Berlin
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574907793
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 370 pages
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9781575061900
Lccn
2010005674
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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Literary construction of identity in the ancient world : proceedings of a conference, Literary Fiction and the Construction of Identity in Ancient Literatures : Options and Limits of Modern Literary Approaches in the Exegesis of Ancient Texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006, edited by Hanna Liss and Manfred Oeming
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Thinking of ancient texts as literature. Memory, narration, identity: Exodus as a political myth / Jan Assmann -- Narrative poetics and Hebrew narrative: a survey / Joachim Vette -- Is there a universal genre of "drama"? conjectures on the basis of "dramatic" texts in Old Testament prophecy, Attic tragedy, and Egyptian cult plays / Helmut Utzschneider -- Narratology and the Classics: the proof of the pudding-- / Irene J. F. de Jong -- The identity of authors and readers. Ancient writers, modern readers, and King Ashurnasirpal's political problems: an exploration of the possibility of reading ancient texts / Barbara N. Porter -- The Achilles heel of reader-response criticism and the concept of reading hermeneutics of caution / Christof Hardmeier -- Tell me who I am: reading the alphabet of Ben Sira / Dagmar Börner-Klein -- The powers of a lost subject: reinventing a poet's identity in Catullus's Carmen 8 / Melanie Möller -- Fiction and fact. Forms of talk in Hebrew Biblical narrative: negotiations, interaction, and sociocultural context / Frank H. Polak -- Of mice and men and blood: the laws of ritual purity in the Hebrew Bible / Hanna Liss -- Fiction and imagination in early Christian literature: the acts of the Apostles as a test case / Ute E. Eisen -- Fictions and formulations: the Talmud and the construction of Jewish identity / David Kraemer -- Are vocation texts fictional? on Hesiod's Helicon experience / Geritt Kloss -- Rereading Biblical poetry. From Aristotle to Bakhtin: the comedic and the carnivalesque in a Biblical tale / Nehama Aschkenasy -- Where is Isaiah in Isaiah? / Francis Landy -- Job 28 and the climax in chapters 29-31: crisis and identity / Jan Fokkelman -- Modeling the future by reconstructing the past. Samuel's "farewell speech": theme and variation in 1 Samuel 12, Josephus, and pseudo-Philo / Joachim Vette -- The exile: Biblical ideology and its postmodern ideological interpretation / Adele Berlin
Control code
574907793
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 370 pages
Isbn
9781575061900
Lccn
2010005674
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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