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Y a-t-il de l’ironie dans le livre de Qohélet?

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Is the book of Ecclesiastes ironic? Although some commentators have identified the phenomenon of irony in Ecclesiastes, there is no consensus on how to define it. Using the criteria given by P. Schoentjes’ study on the poetics of irony, this article seeks to discern precise occurrences of it in the book and moves on to examine the general tone of its writing style, paying special attention to the dimension of intertextuality.

Affiliations: 1: Institut Catholique de Paris


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