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This brief study entails a reconstruction of the metrical pieces of the book of the prophet Jeremiah. Laid out in poetic stanzas, various sections of this noteworthy prophetic book are presented in a form intended to facilitate analysis. Segments of several chapters are included, scanned according to the analytical parameters of Cornill. Noting that Jeremiah differs from the other major prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel in the reduced amount of poetry, Cornill nevertheless seeks a metrical pattern in the work of the prophet and lays it out in the original Hebrew. An informative foreword explains the method and layout choices used. Students of Hebrew metrics or ancient poetry in general will find these insights useful.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-287-1
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Publication Status: In Print
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 191
Publication Date: May 20,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 56
Languages: Hebrew, German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-287-1
$43.00

This brief study entails a reconstruction of the metrical pieces of the book of the prophet Jeremiah. Laid out in poetic stanzas, various sections of this noteworthy prophetic book are presented in a form intended to facilitate analysis. Segments of several chapters are included, scanned according to the analytical parameters of Cornill. Noting that Jeremiah differs from the other major prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel in the reduced amount of poetry, Cornill nevertheless seeks a metrical pattern in the work of the prophet and lays it out in the original Hebrew. An informative foreword explains the method and layout choices used. Students of Hebrew metrics or ancient poetry in general will find these insights useful.

Carl Heinrich Cornill (1854-1920) was a professor at the Universities of Marburg, Königsberg, and Breslau.

This brief study entails a reconstruction of the metrical pieces of the book of the prophet Jeremiah. Laid out in poetic stanzas, various sections of this noteworthy prophetic book are presented in a form intended to facilitate analysis. Segments of several chapters are included, scanned according to the analytical parameters of Cornill. Noting that Jeremiah differs from the other major prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel in the reduced amount of poetry, Cornill nevertheless seeks a metrical pattern in the work of the prophet and lays it out in the original Hebrew. An informative foreword explains the method and layout choices used. Students of Hebrew metrics or ancient poetry in general will find these insights useful.

Carl Heinrich Cornill (1854-1920) was a professor at the Universities of Marburg, Königsberg, and Breslau.

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