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Book Description

Title:
The Unity of the Book of Isaiah: Linguistic and other Evidence of Undivided Authorship
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Cambridge
Publisher:
Deighton Bell & Co.
Pages:
56
Subjects:
Old Testament, Isaiah, Authorship
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Letitia D. Jeffreys, The Unity of the Book of Isaiah: Linguistic and other Evidence of Undivided Authorship

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Author's Preface
  • Proofs of the Unity of the Book of Isaiah
  • Words Characterizing the Book of Isaiah
  • Rare Words Found in Chaps. XI–LXVI
  • Words Recurring in the Book of Isaiah
  • Words Advanced as Adverse to the Unity
  • Theories in Conflict with the Unity Considered
  • Closing Observations