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Singing Moses’s Song

A Performance-Critical Analysis of Deuteronomy’s Song of Moses

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ISBN 9780674971172

Publication Date: 10/24/2016

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188 pages

6 x 9 inches

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  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Introduction
    • The Song of Moses Performed
    • Deuteronomy’s Use of Performance
    • Performance-Critical Methodology
    • The Song of Moses in Previous Research
    • The Genre of the Song of Moses
    • The Text of the Song of Moses
  • 2. Preliminary Considerations in Deuteronomy
    • Deuteronomy’s Incorporation of the Song of Moses
    • Deuteronomy’s Moses and Deuteronomy’s Prophet
  • 3. The Song of Moses Speaker by Speaker
    • The Song’s Performers in Deuteronomy’s History
    • The Song’s Speaking Parts
    • Notes on Presentation
      • SoM 5–7
      • SoM 8–14d
      • SoM 14e
      • SoM 15a
      • SoM 15b
      • SoM 15c–17c
      • SoM 17d–20ø
      • SoM 20a–26ø
      • SoM 26ab
      • SoM 27ab
      • SoM 27cd
      • SoM 28–30b
      • SoM 30cd
      • SoM 31
      • SoM 32–33
      • SoM 34–35
      • SoM 36–37ø
      • SoM 37a–38b
      • SoM 38cd
      • SoM 39–40a, ø
      • SoM 40b
      • SoM 41–42
      • SoM 43
    • Song of Moses, Speaker by Speaker (Vaticanus)
  • 4. Song of Deuteronomy
    • Introduction
    • Corruption and Integrity throughout the Generations
    • YHWH’s Sovereignty Over Boundaries
    • Situations of Speaking
    • Whom They Knew Not
    • End of Days
    • Satiety and Apostasy
    • Concluding Remarks
  • Conclusions and Further Research
  • Bibliography
  • Index Locorum
  • Index Rerum et Nominum

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