3 edition of A Feminist companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna found in the catalog.
A Feminist companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna
Includes bibliographical references (p. -336).
|Other titles||Esther, Judith and Susanna.|
|Statement||edited by Athalya Brenner.|
|Series||Feminist companion to the Bible -- 7.|
|LC Classifications||BS1375 .F45 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
A Feminist Companion to Wisdom Literature. Images of Women in Antiquity. So, am I a feminist? Only now Esther starts to speak, initially through the mediation of her servant, afterwards more directly. Google Scholar Green, Barbara. Editor: Lester L.
His torn robe, the sackcloth and the ashes speak their own language, a strong language. With Logos Bible Software, Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna is completely searchable, with passages of Scripture appearing on mouseover, as well as being linked to your favorite Bible translation in your library. French, Blaire. Athalya Brenner, —
Simon transl. Brettler, Marc Zvi. Clines, David J. Stocker, Margarita. Tel Aviv in Hebrew. The Idea of History in Rabbinic Judaism.
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Rahlfs, Alfred. The Dinner Party Judith plate— Is this how A Feminist companion to Esther behave? A Feminist companion to Esther, David J. Anything that has a bearing on the near or distant future — even if the source for it is historical — is considered to be of import. A Commentary.
Wie steht es mit dem Rest ihres Leibes? That is, this translation retains the awkward and artificial style that is found often in the Greek Old Testament. In my response, I intend to show that the rabbis were interested in recording Jewish history, provided it was recorded in a way they found relevant, and that the canonization of the Jewish Bible did not represent an unbridgeable chasm for the continuous recording and retelling of Jewish history.
Craven provides a review of scholarship in the twentieth century. The meaning behind this rabbinic interpretation of the verse is that the Bible has already written everything that is necessary.
In addition she orders the whole Jewish community to do the same on her behalf; even her maidens have to fast. Christopher's in Withington. Mordecai, in refusing to take off his sackcloth, conveys a very strong message. Doctoral Diss. Google Scholar Bakhtin, Mikhail M.
This ring stands for great power. Atlanta: Scholars Press, Google Scholar Talmon, Shemaryahu. Oxford: Clarendon, Bibelanstalt, Jewish Publication Society Bible Commentary.
In those cases, what lends importance to those details are the responses to those complaints,  but the voices of those murmurers are recorded for posterity. Moreover, they implicitly — and here I think the point is A Feminist companion to Esther stronger by the fact that the rabbis do A Feminist companion to Esther state their view explicitly — assumed that a historical detail can and should contain meaning, one worthwhile enough to record.
Mordecai probably wants to inform Esther, but why does he resort to such a risky act? This book devotes ten chapters to her. Craig, Kenneth. Stuttgart, Germany: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, The way in which she prepares herself for the action is striking: she does not eat nor drink for three days and three nights.
Scholarly in its execution, it is simply shorter and less complete than Hanhart Only the queen has one. The first meeting of the Seminar, held in Dublin infocused on the merit of the Hebrew Bible as a source in writing the history of Israel.In this paper Sawyer reads the book of Judith through the lens of queer theory and contemporary French feminist philosophy.
She argues that the story of Judith is a clear example of gender subversion in the ancient world, a rupture in the metanarrative, a disruption of boundaries. Par ticularly interesting is the depiction of Judith as becoming feminine, putting on drag, as it were, in order Cited by: 3.
in the Book of Judith,” in A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith, and Susanna (ed. Athalya Brenner; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, ), (2) Philip F.
Esler, “ ‘By the Hand of a Woman’: Culture, Story, and Theology in the Book of Judith,”. Get this from a library!
A feminist companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna. [Athalya Brenner-Idan;] -- Do we confront in these three characters feminist heroines or patriarchally idealised stooges? From the worldly Esther to the piously devout Susanna A Feminist companion to Esther the militant widow, these female figures.judith, feminist ethics and feminist biblical/hebrew bible interpretation Chapter (PDF Available) · January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Helen Efthimiadis-Keith.Esther, download pdf Jewish heroine of the biblical book that bears her name, bravely intervenes on behalf of her people to save them from destruction.
Femmes Fatales in the Bible Biblical femmes fatales such as Judith, Delilah, and Salome, using their charms to accomplish lethal hidden agendas, epitomize the male fantasy of predatory female sexuality. Ebook about the repetition of plot movements in the book of Esther: Athalya Brenner, ‘Looking at Esther Through the Looking Glass’, in: Athalya Brenner (ed.), A Feminist Companion to Esther, Judith and Susanna, Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield