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Line-forms in Hebrew poetry

Terence Collins

Line-forms in Hebrew poetry

a grammatical approach to the stylistic study of the Hebrew prophets

by Terence Collins

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Published by Biblical Institute press in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. O.T. Prophets -- Language, style.,
  • Hebrew language -- Versification.,
  • Hebrew poetry, Biblical -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 300-303.

    StatementTerence Collins.
    SeriesStudia Pohl : Series maior ;, 7, Studia Pohl., 7.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ4781 .C64
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 303 p. ;
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4480159M
    LC Control Number79308415

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[Terence Collins]. Line-forms in Hebrew poetry: a grammatical approach to the stylistic study of the Hebrew prophets [Terence. Collins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Terence. Collins. Uses of Sound (in the Hebrew) In acrostic poems the first letter of each consecutive line forms the alphabet, word or phrase.

Alliteration is the repeated consonant or sounds often at the beginning of words or syllables. Assonance is the repetition of vowel sounds, usually at the end of words, to emphasize an idea or theme. Synopsis: This book explores the little-regarded phenomenon of the tricolon in biblical Hebrew poetry, that is, those poetic lines that appear to have a tripartite form rather than the more common bipartite form.

Taking the Psalms of Ascents as a sample corpus Line-forms in Hebrew poetry book poetic texts, it identifies tricola on an explicit and consistent : Get this from a library. The form and function of the tricolon in the Psalms of Ascents: introducing a new paradigm for Hebrew poetic line-form.

[Simon P Stocks] -- "This book explores the little-regarded phenomenon of the tricolon in biblical Hebrew poetry, that is, those poetic lines that appear to have a tripartite form rather than the more common bipartite.

in: JNSL, 14 (), 9–15; T. Collins, Line-Forms in Hebrew Poetry: A Grammatical Approach to the Stylistic Study of the Hebrew Prophets (); H.

Fisch, Poetry with a Purpose: Biblical Poetics and Interpretation (); J.P. Fokkelman, Major Poems of the Hebrew Bible at the Interface of Hermeneutics and Structural Analysis (); idem. These include Terence Collins' Line Forms in Hebrew Poetry (), Stephen A.

Geller's Parallelism in Early Biblical Poetry (), M. O'Connor's Hebrew Verse Structure (), Adele Berlin'sThe Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (), and Dennis Pardee's Ugaritic and Hebrew Poetic Parallelism ().

The study demonstrates clear differences between the form and function of para-tricola and those of tricola, and so will facilitate a more nuanced and realistic appraisal of the functional significance of Hebrew poetic line-forms.

Category: Religion The Shape Of Hebrew Poetry. The Form and Function of the Tricolon in the Psalms of Ascents [Simon Stocks] is 20% off every day at This book explores the little-regarded phenomenon of the tricolon in biblical Hebrew poetry, that is, those poetic lines.

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Alter states, “An equally unconvincing if simpler attempt to make syntax the governing principle is Terrence Collins, Line-Forms in Hebrew Poetry (Rome, ). Having discovered that only a limited number of sentence types appear in a line of biblical verse, Collins concludes, for some unclear reason, that syntax must have determined the line.”.

The Form and Function of the Tricolon in the Psalms of Ascents | Synopsis: This book explores the little-regarded phenomenon of the tricolon in biblical Hebrew poetry, that is, those poetic lines that appear to have a tripartite form rather than the more common bipartite form.

in: jnsl, 14 (), 9–15; T. Collins, Line-Forms in Hebrew Poetry: A Grammatical Approach to the Stylistic Study of the Hebrew Prophets (); H. Fisch, Poetry with a Purpose: Biblical Poetics and Interpretation (); J.P.

Fokkelman, Major Poems of the Hebrew Bible at the Interface of Hermeneutics and Structural Analysis (); idem. Because of the command not to make 'graven images', the creativity of the ancient Jews was always somewhat constrained: instead of the visual arts, poetry and story became the two most important forms which depicted the relationship between God and his people.

This book concentrates on the poetry of the Hebrew Bible. After considering the essential elements of Hebrew verse, it looks at the. classical hebrew poetry watson. Pages: File: PDF, MB.

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The most valuable study to date (and one of the most recent) is undoubtedly E. Haublein's The Stanza, a short, clearly written book with a useful, annotated bibliography which develops ideas first set out in Smith's work on closure.1 The only comprehensive survey for Hebrew (Semitic) poetry remains Kraft's monograph2 which he partially.

Alter also groups T. Collins’ Line-Forms with O’Connor’s Hebrew Verse Structure. Alter states, “An equally unconvincing if simpler attempt to make syntax the governing principle is Terrence Collins, Line-Forms in Hebrew Poetry (Rome, ).

See this page in the original publication. Author: Rust, Richard Dilworth. Although understated as literature in its clear and plain language, the Book of Mormon exhibits a wide variety of literary forms, including intricate Hebraic poetry, memorable narratives, rhetorically effective sermons, diverse letters, allegory, figurative language, imagery, symbolic types, and wisdom literature.

Terence Collins, Line-Forms in Hebrew Poetry. A Grammatical Approach to the Stylistic Study of the Hebrew Prophets (Studia Pohl: Series Maior 7). Rome Biblical Institute Press. ; US $ It can be said without exaggeration that with this book the study of Hebrew poetry has been given a sure footing.

After the extended. In spite of debatable issues, such as metre, we now know enough about classical Hebrew poetry to be able to understand how it was composed.

This large-scale manual, rich in detail, exegesis and bibliography, provides guidelines for the analysis and appreciation of Hebrew verse.

Topics include oral poetry, metre, parallelism and forms of the strophe and stanza.Line-Forms in Hebrew Poetry: A Grammatical Approach to the Stylistic Study of the Hebrew Prophets by Terence Collins (p. ) Review by: W. Eugene March DOI: /impressive book - a synthesis of research in the fields of semitics, linguistics, and literary criticism that takes a giant leap forward in explaining biblical verse.‖4 Dennis Pardee welcomed it as ―the most important book on Hebrew poetry since Lowth's Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews.‖5.