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Book Description

Title:
Commentary on the Book of Job with Translation
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Williams and Norgate
Pages:
349
Subjects:
Job, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Georg Heinrich August Von Ewlad [1803-1875], Commentary on the Book of Job with Translation

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
    1. The Thought of the Form
    2. The Matter of the Poem
    3. The Art of the Poem;
      Of the Date and History of the Book
  • Translation and Commentary
    1. The First Stage of the Drama: Opening of the Contention, ch. i—iii
    2. The Second Stage of the Drama: First Advance in the Contention, ch. iv—xiv
    3. The Third Stage of the Drama: Second Advance in the Contention, ch. xv—xxi
    4. Fourth Stage of the Drama: Third and last Advance in the Contention, ch. xxii—xxviii
    5. Fifth Stage of the Drama: Solution, ch. xxix—xxxi, xxxviii—xl, and xlii
  • Description of the Hippotamus and the Crocodile, ch. xl. 15—xli.26
  • Elishu's Speeches, ch. xxxii—xxxvii