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"Um Zu Sehen Die Töchter Des Landes" Die Perspektive Dinas in Der Jüdischhellenistischen Diskussion Um Gen 34

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More than nine different interpretations of Genesis 34 have survived in the Hellenistic Jewish literature. The story of Leah and Jacob's only daughter, Gen 34.1 to 31, is a history of violence against women. Dina, die "ausgeht, um die Töchter des Landes zu sehen", wird zum Objekt der sie umgebenden Männer und zum Opfer der von ihnen ausgehenden Gewalt. Dina, the "run out to see the daughters of the land", is the object of surrounding men and victim of violence emanating from them. Obgleich die Figur Dina Dreh-und Angelpunkt der Geschichte ist, wird nicht erzählt, was Dina während und nach der Gewalttat sieht, denkt und sagt.This chapter reads Gen 34 from the perspective of Dinas, that gathers the requests that arise when Dinas seeing, thinking and acting in Zentrum der Interpretation des Textes stehCenter of interpretation of the text are. It examines the representation of Dinas in the Hellenistic Jewish interpretations of Genesis 34. The chapter discusses a controversy within the Jewish-Hellenistic literature to genesis 34 and the presentation Dinas uncover the traces can be suspect exegetical and theological work of women.

Keywords: Genesis 34; Hellenistic Jewish literature; Dinas



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