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Intertextuality in Isaiah 24-27 FATII 16 The Reuse and Evocation of Earlier Texts and Traditions

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Title: Intertextuality in Isaiah 24-27 FATII 16 The...

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J. Todd Hibbard examines the way in which Isaiah 24â"27 reuses earlier texts and traditions as part of its literary strategy. He analyzes these literary connections under the rubric of intertextuality, an idea taken over from modern literary studies. Intertextuality is normally recognized as describing an orientation to one or more texts but does not define a particular methodology. Moreover, because intertextuality is a term that is used in biblical studies in a variety of ways, the first part of this work seeks to define a methodology based on an intertextual approach that is useful for studying prophetic texts. This methodology attempts to understand the ways in which an ancient author may have appropriated an earlier text in a new composition. It requires that texts share common vocabulary and themes, be chronologically possible, and exegetically meaningful to be a true intertextual connection. In terms of literary technique, the author recognizes that intertextual connections may be forged through citations, allusions, and echoes. Finally, he considers several possible purposes for such intertextual connections. The major exegetical categories for understanding the intertextual connections noted in Isaiah 24â"27 include texts which universalize earlier judgment passages, texts which universalize earlier restoration and salvation passages, and texts that respond to earlier prophetic texts that are considered unfulfilled. Bookseller Inventory # HIBINTERT

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Synopsis: J. Todd Hibbard examines the way in which Isaiah 24-27 reuses earlier texts and traditions as part of its literary strategy. He seeks to define a methodology based on an intertextual approach that is useful for studying prophetic texts. It requires that texts share common vocabulary and themes, be chronologically possible, and exegetically meaningful. Intertextual connections may be forged through citations, allusions, and echoes. The major exegetical categories for understanding the intertextual connections noted in Isaiah 24-27 include texts which universalize earlier judgment passages, texts which universalize earlier restoration and salvation passages, and texts which respond to earlier prophetic texts that are considered unfulfilled.

About the Author: J. Todd Hibbard, Born 1968; studied Theology at Lee University and Biblical Studies at the University of Notre Dame; 2003 Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible at Lee University.

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