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This front matter section of the book Cantos and Strophes in Biblical Hebrew Poetry III: Psalms 90-150 and Psalm 1 contains the table of contents and acknowledgments. The five mutually complementary lines of approach essentially determine the rhetorical framework detected in the individual psalms. Nevertheless, in each case the structural investigations are concluded by a section that provides an opportunity for supplementary remarks, 'comments and summary' (§ 0.7). In the commentaries on the book of Psalms, the individual compositions are generally consecutively dealt with. Form-critical and redactional critical approaches in most cases show little understanding of the aesthetics of classical Hebrew poetry.

Keywords: Biblical Hebrew Poetry; Psalms; Strophes



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