The Narrative Frame of Daniel: A Literary Assessment

@article{Henze2001TheNF,
  title={The Narrative Frame of Daniel: A Literary Assessment},
  author={M. Henze},
  journal={Journal for The Study of Judaism},
  year={2001},
  volume={32},
  pages={5-24}
}
  • M. Henze
  • Published 2001
  • History
  • Journal for The Study of Judaism
L'article traite de l'origine politique et de la fonction des courtes legendes du livre de Daniel. L'A. etudie la composition de Daniel et presente l'etat de la recherche, compare les histoires a des textes juifs du meme genre, et estime que le monde que le lecteur trouve dans les histoires de Daniel n'est pas simplement identique avec le monde socio-historique des auteurs de celles-ci, mais est une cnstruction fictive. 
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