The literary imagination in jewish antiquity eva mroczek offers new ways to conceptualize how early jews understood sacred writing before the concepts of bible and book had emerged. The literary imagination in jewish antiquity is a profitable read for anyone who thinks deeply about scripture canon and the way we encounter the bible about the reviewers matthew goldstone is a phd candidate in hebrew and judaic studies at new york university. The literary imagination in jewish antiquity suggests ways of thinking about how jews understood their own literature before these categories had emerged in many jewish texts there is an awareness of a vast tradition of divine writing found in multiple locations that is only partially revealed in available scribal collections. The jewish literary imagination in antiquity in book of psalms eva mroczek hebrew bible jeremiah coogan oxford university press review scribal culture second temple uncategorized on november 9 2017 at 804 am. The literary imagination in jewish antiquity by eva mroczek oxford university press oxford 2016 i first saw eva mroczek speak at yale in the fall of 2013
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