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This chapter of the book Cantos and Strophes in Biblical Hebrew Poetry III: Psalms 90-150 and Psalm 1 presents a list of abbreviations relevant to the discussion on methodology about the canto structures of the Psalms. The book discusses five mutually complementary lines of approaches: description of the logical division of the subject matter; registering of transition markers; recording of verbal repetitions; description of quantitative structural aspects; and survey of various divisions. This approach establishes the rhetoric of an individual composition in terms of cantos, canticles and strophes, and finally to systematically describe the major rhetorical aspects of the overall design of classical Hebrew poetry.

Keywords: cantos; classical Hebrew poetry; methodology; Psalms; strophes

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