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Joshua's Double Demise (Josh. xxiv 28-31; Judg. ii 6-9): Making Sense of a Repetition

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The article argues that the text's syntax militates against the common interpretations of the duplicate account of Joshua's departure in Judg. ii 6-9 as a redactional byproduct or a flashback and identifies it instead as a pivotal element of a complex narrative trajectory that has Judg. i 27-ii 5 revisit, and substantially re-evaluate, the period covered by Joshua xiv-xxiv. This temporal loop plays, in its turn, a major role in the rhetorical strategy of the Former Prophets.

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