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The Trente Pseaulmes Revisited (PA41/GE43)

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In general survey of the changes that the 1543 revision of Psalm 7 was extraordinary because of its thoroughness. This chapter distinguishes two kinds of changes: on the one hand the changes where AN41 reappears, and on the other hand the changes which are unique for GE43. The revision of the Trente Pseaulmes in GE43 indeed reflects development in Marot as a Psalm translator, not a break, but a continuation on the road of Bucers historical hermeneutics. A significant number of substantive changes clarified, sharpened, chiselled out, and occasionally changed the meaning of PA41. When readings from AN41 reappeared, one found instance in which the change had a real bearing on the interpretation: Psalm 2, 7, a reading unique for PA41. The effect of the final change seems to have been the reintroduction of the possibility to interpret this verse in more than one sense by restoring its multi-referencing capacity.

Keywords: Bucers historical hermeneutics; Marots Psalm paraphrases; Trente Pseaulmes

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