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Literary Studies and Narrative Theory in the Books of Samuel
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"Andersson critically examines self-styled literary or narrative readings of the Old Testament historical books, mainly the books of Samuel. He identifies theoretical issues or groups of theoretical problems that emerge in a trialogue between the biblical texts, their interpreters, and theories of literature and narrative assumed to be guiding the readings. The framework for his analysis is a series of suggested interpretations, where he finds the matters under discussion most visible. He covers poetics and interpretation, the sense-governing intent of biblical narrative, storytelling sense and reference, and narrators and perspective as two nodes." -Eithne O'Leyne, BOOK NEWS, Inc.
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Greger Andersson is Assistant Professor and Lecturer in Comparative Literature at Orebro University in Sweden and Assistant Professor of Old Testament at Orebro Theological Seminary.
I. Introduction; 2. Narrative theory and narrative criticism; 3. An outline of the present study; II. Different narrative language-games; 1. David and Bathsheba (a close reading of the text); 2. An introduction to the biblical texts under consideration; 3. Three Narratives; 4. Is the Amalekite thrustworthy, an unreliable narrator or a liar?; 5. The Language-games of the extradiegetic narratives; 6. The function of the macro-text; 7. History, ideology, and/or literature.