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VOICES BY THE SEA: A DIALOGIC READING OF THE EXODUS NARRATIVE

@inproceedings{Li2013VOICESBT,
  title={VOICES BY THE SEA: A DIALOGIC READING OF THE EXODUS NARRATIVE},
  author={Kwan Hung Leo Li},
  year={2013}
}
It is known that the biblical account of Israel’s past consists of diverse generic, thematic and ideological elements, between which inconsistencies and tensions sometimes arise. This phenomenon is defined as ‘scriptural complexity’. From early times this complexity has been treated by source or redaction criticism; currently, canonical-theological and literary approaches are employed. This thesis adopts a Bakhtinian ‘dialogic’ approach to languages and literary voice, to study the ‘scriptural… 

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