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Reduced Laughter

Seriocomic Features and their Functions in the Book of Kings

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In <i>Reduced Laughter: Seriocomic Features and their Functions in the Book of Kings</i>, Helen Paynter uses a hermeneutic of carnivalization and mirroring to offer a radical, satirical re-evaluation of the Elijah-Elisha and Aram narratives in the book of Kings.

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