The Structure of Deuteronomy and the Function of Ch 27:\ud a Discourse Analytic Inquiry into the Redactional and\ud Authorial Work of Deuteronomy's Narrator

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Myers, Peter D;
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This study explores the extent to which it is possible to describe the structure of Deuteronomy\ud in a manner that accounts for the features of the book's narrative frame, the interpolations\ud in the Mosaic speeches, and especially the function of ch 27. Previous appr... View more
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