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by Anita Weston,Piero Boitani

  • ISBN: 0198184875
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Anita Weston,Piero Boitani
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 25, 1999)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1400 kb
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Piero Boitani (author), Anita Weston (translator)

Piero Boitani (author), Anita Weston (translator). The opening and closing chapters of the book examine this theme: from Abraham and Yahweh at Mamre to Joseph and his brothers, from Helen and Menelaus to Jesus and Mary Magdalene, from Pericles and Marina to Mendel Singer and his son Menuchim. The three central sections of the book discuss the means by which re-scripturing interprets the Scriptures: through truth or fiction; through letter or allegory; through liturgy, exegesis, catacomb frescoes, even churches themselves. This is an illuminating look at the Bible and its medieval and modern rewritings.

This book examines the Bible and its medieval and modern rewritings. It looks at some of the most beautiful and intriguing scenes from the Old and New Testament and the direct or indirect Re-Scriptures of these by writers such as Chaucer, Shakespeare, and . Eliot as well as by ancient exegesis, catacomb frescoes, and church paintings.

Piero Boitani discusses how some of the most fascinating scenes of Old .

Piero Boitani discusses how some of the most fascinating scenes of Old and New Testament - Genesis, Exodus, Job, the Susanna story, the Gospel of John - are directly or indirectly rewritten in works ranging from the medieval period to the late twentieth-century: by Milton and Mann; by Chaucer, Dryden, La Fontaine, Orwell, and Kafka; by Faulkner and Tournier; by Shakespeare, T. S. Eliot, and Joseph Roth. Literature resonates with the mystery of recognition between human beings, and between God and humankind.

Piero Boitani Translated by Anita Weston. The Bible and its Rewritings. Piero Boitani Translated by Anita Weston. Piero Boitani discusses how some of the most fascinating scenes of Old and New Testament - Genesis, Exodus, Job, the Susanna story, the Gospel of John - are directly or indirectly rewritten in works ranging from the medieval period to the late twentieth-century: by Milton and Mann; by Chaucer, Dryden, La Fontaine, Orwell, and Kafka; by Faulkner and Tournier; by Shakespeare, T. Eliot

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Oxford University Press UK (2000). Similar books and articles. The Bible with Pleasure: How to Get the Most Out of Reading Your Bible. The Bible and its Rewritings examines some of the most beautiful and intriguing scenes from the Old and New Testament such as the encounter between Abraham and God, and Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Stephen Motyer - 1997 - Crossway Books.

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Piero Boitani, Anita Weston.

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This book examines the Bible and its medieval and modern rewritings. It looks at some of the most beautiful and intriguing scenes from the Old and New Testament and the direct or indirect Re-Scriptures of these by writers such as Chaucer, Shakespeare, and T.S. Eliot as well as by ancient exegesis, catacomb frescoes, and church paintings.