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La manière de raconter et l'enjeu du récit. Jérémie présente Ananias en Jer 28,1 TM et 35,1 LXX

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The way in which a story is told determines the aim and the significant elements of the particular telling which is thus produced, as any telling of a story comes down to putting into action a narrative strategy with a view to achieving a certain effect on the reader. When one has two versions of the same story, one can, by comparison, assess the strategy used in each one. That is the aim of the present note, which analyses the presentation that Jeremiah offers of his adversary Hananiah in Jer 28,1 (mt)/35,1 (lxx).

Affiliations: 1: Université catholique de Louvain


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