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RGB 3081S, Winter 2002 Hebrew Poetry: Psalms  Michael Kolarcik, Fri 9-11

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D.N. Freedman, "Another Look at Biblical Hebrew Poetry," [Directions in Biblical Hebrew Poetry, JSOTSup 40, Sheffield: JSOT, 1997] pp. 11-28.



Poetic texts to be studied:

Psalms

Laments:  22, 63, 130, 142, (79).
Penitential:  51.
Trust:   23, 27, (46).
Royal:   20, 110. Memorization of Ps 130 or 23

Covenant:  81, 89:1-35.
Praise:   30, 66, (92).
Hymns:  8, 29, 48, 117.  Memorization of Ps 117
Wisdom:  1, 2, (139).

Exodus 15: 1-21, The Song of Moses



Course Information:

Mid-term examination: March 1st (Friday after reading week) memorization of Ps 130 or 23
Final examination:  April 19th (Friday of exam week) memorization of Ps 117 and previous Psalm from first part of the term, 23 or 130.

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