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Structures Littéraires Particulières à La Partie D

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In this chapter, the author shows the difference between literary structures of D and C, and then looks to see how Mark and Luke had been aware of the instability of D, more specifically, what their sources, in this place, presented groups of disparate pericopes. The vital role that Mark attributed to the structures in Part D shows that he was aware that this part was formed by the groups of pericopes. For a long time we noted the presence of different groups of pericopes in the part of Gospel. By their editorial work, Mark and Luke demonstrated that they were aware that the part D was formed by heterogeneous pericopes. In fact, to explain the formation of C, it is necessary to use ordinance type common to three synoptics: this part D, by cons, cannot be explained in this way. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: disparate pericopes; Gospel; literary structures; synoptics

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