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Speaking Voices In Second Isaiah

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This appendix presents a pie diagram for describing appearance of voices in second Isaiah. Each portion of the pie is labelled with the speaker or category of speaker followed by the approximate number of verses that voice speaks, and finally the percentage of second Isaiah that this constitutes. Verses that contain the expressions of multiple voices were divided up among the various voices that participate in them in this way. It should be noted however, that virtually all of these instances are occasions in which a dominant speaker, either Yhwh or the poet, cites or refers to the hypothetical or past speech of another figure.

Keywords:Isaiah; speaker; speaking voices; verses



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