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Book Description

Title:
The Forms of Hebrew Poetry: Considered with Specvial Reference to the Criticism and Interpretation of the Old Testament
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Hodder & Stroughton
Pages:
303
Subjects:
Poetry, Hermeneutics, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

George Buchanan Gray [1865-1922], The Forms of Hebrew Poetry: Considered with Specvial Reference to the Criticism and Interpretation of the Old Testament

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. Introductory
  2. Parallelism: A Restatement
  3. Parallelism and Rhythm in the Book of Lamentations
  4. The Elements of Hebrew Rhythm
  5. Varieties of RhythmL The Strophe
  6. The Bearing of Certain Metrical Theories on Critcism and Interpretation
  7. The Alphabet Poem in Nahum
  8. The Alphabetic Structure of Psalms IX. and X.
  • Index I: Of Passages of Scripture
  • Index II: Of Matters