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This bibliography of the book Cantos and Strophes in Biblical Hebrew Poetry III: Psalms 90-150 and Psalm 1 presents a list of references relevant to the discussion on Psalms 90-150. The long poem Psalm 107 is almost exclusively composed of bicola. It is only the concluding verseline of the introductory canto (v. 3) which has the extended form of a tricolon. The poetic lines always coincide with the Masoretic delimitation of the verses. The division of Psalm 107 into some major sections is unproblematic.

Keywords: Biblical Hebrew poetry; cantos; Psalms



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