Daughter Zion: Her Portrait, Her Response by Mark J. Boda, Carol J. Dempsey, LeAnn Snow Flesher

Old Testament

By Mark J. Boda, Carol J. Dempsey, LeAnn Snow Flesher

This quantity showcases contemporary exploration of the portrait of Daughter Zion as she seems to be in biblical Hebrew poetry. utilizing Carleen Mandolfos Daughter Zion Talks again to the Prophets (Society of Biblical Literature, 2007) as some degree of departure, the members to this quantity discover clone of Daughter Zion in its many dimensions in numerous texts within the Hebrew Bible. ways used variety from poetic, rhetorical, and linguistic to sociological and ideological. To deliver the dialog complete circle, Carleen Mandolfo engages in a dialogic reaction together with her interlocutors.

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In other words, the prophets were both radical and conservative, creative and traditional. 42. Shields (Circumscribing the Prostitute, 86–87) reminds us that though hearers may have been familiar from Hosea’s use of the marriage trope, the metaphoric language using the female as a source domain (my wording here) would have worked best if it had not become trite and a cliché. GREEN: COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS 33 deviant females (of various sorts), and also grape stock somehow gone bad. Royal leaders and their surrogates are shown forgetful and irresponsible, willing to risk the patrimonial legacy as they barter it for the uncertain goods to be had from outsiders.

Shields (Circumscribing the Prostitute, 86–87) reminds us that though hearers may have been familiar from Hosea’s use of the marriage trope, the metaphoric language using the female as a source domain (my wording here) would have worked best if it had not become trite and a cliché. GREEN: COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS 33 deviant females (of various sorts), and also grape stock somehow gone bad. Royal leaders and their surrogates are shown forgetful and irresponsible, willing to risk the patrimonial legacy as they barter it for the uncertain goods to be had from outsiders.

27. ” Note even simply in Jer 2: wander off (vv. 5, 17); not avert to patron (v. 6); pollute (v. 7); experts do not do their job (vv. 8, 26); swap or trade gods (vv. 10–11); ignore spring for leaky cistern or far-off rivers (vv. 13, 18); born a nonslave but plundered (v. 14); devastated by animals (v. 15); yoke animal balking and resigning (v. 20); bad vine stock (v. 21); thief caught (v. 26); rebel, be punished (v. 29); lose way (v. 31); bloodied by poor (v. 34); betrayed by erstwhile allies (v.

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