YHE-BIBLIT

LITERARY STUDY OF BIBLICAL NARRATIVE, by Rav Dr. Yonatan Grossman

 

Filename Title
01biblit.htm
Introduction (I) On the Subtextual Reading of Biblical Narratives
02biblit.htm Introduction (II) On the Legitimacy of a Literary Reading of the Bible
03biblit.htm The Loaded Meaning of the Word
04biblit.htm Peripheral Linguistic Connotations
05biblit.htm Peripheral Linguistic Connotations II - Reflected Meaning
06biblit.htm Reflected Meaning
07biblit.htm Temporary Meaning
08biblit.htm Summary of Ancillary Meanings - (Analysis of Shir Ha-Shirim 4:8)
09biblit.htm Repetition of Sounds
10a-biblit.htm Anaphora
10b-biblit.htm Epiphora
11biblit.htm Leitwort - Part I
12biblit.htm Leitwort - Part II
13a-biblit.htm Leitwort - Part III
13b-biblit.htm Leitwort - Part IV
14b-biblit.htm Leitwort - Part VI
14biblit.htm Leitwort - Part V
15biblit.htm Narrative Demarcation, Part I - "You Have Set and Inviolable Boundary"
16a-biblit.htm Narrative Demarcation, Part II
16b-biblit.htm Narrative Demarcation, Part III - Porous Borders ? Bereishit 15
17biblit.htm Narrative Demarcation, Part IV - Dynamic Boundaries
18biblit.htm Deceptive Resolution
19biblit.htm Narrative Structure
20biblit.htm Structuralism and Form Criticism
21biblit.htm Artistic Structure
22biblit.htm Chiastic and Concentric Structures
23biblit.htm Between Chiastic and Classical Parallelism
24biblit.htm The Story of Yehuda and Tamar ? Three Structures and Three Readings
25biblit.htm

The Story of Yehuda and Tamar ? The Contribution to the Narrative Cycle of Yosef and His Brothers

26biblit.htm The Presentation of Facts in the Narrative, Part I
27biblit.htm The Presentation of Facts in the Narrative, Part II
28biblit.htm The Presentation of Facts in the Narrative, Part III
29biblit.htm The Presentation of Facts in the Narrative, Part IV Complete Units
30biblit.htm Summary: Hidden Reading and Subversive Reading