How Bible stories work : a guided study of biblical narrative / Leland Ryken.

By: Ryken, Leland
Material type: TextTextSeries: Reading the Bible as literaturePublisher: Bellingham, Washington : Lexham Press, 2015Description: 126 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781683591528Subject(s): Bible. -- Criticism, Narrative | Narration in the Bible | Bible stories | Storytelling -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityDDC classification: 220.66 RYK LOC classification: BS521.7 | .R95 2015
Contents:
Getting the most out of biblical narrative -- The subject of every story: universal human experience -- Setting in Bible stories: seeing the particulars -- Characterization in Bible stories (part 1): how writers do it -- Characterization in Bible stories (part 2): what readers need to do -- Plot structure and unity: the beginning, middle, and ending of each story -- Plot devices: how storytellers tell their story with beauty and skill -- Hero stories: a neglected but fruitful literary device -- From story to meaning: how to find significance in a narrative text.
List(s) this item appears in: Old Testament Studies A - Historical - Esther
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Getting the most out of biblical narrative -- The subject of every story: universal human experience -- Setting in Bible stories: seeing the particulars -- Characterization in Bible stories (part 1): how writers do it -- Characterization in Bible stories (part 2): what readers need to do -- Plot structure and unity: the beginning, middle, and ending of each story -- Plot devices: how storytellers tell their story with beauty and skill -- Hero stories: a neglected but fruitful literary device -- From story to meaning: how to find significance in a narrative text.

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