Hebrew Prose Narrative

RELIGION 607

Focus on the grammar, syntax, and prose style of classical Hebrew composition; a comparative reading of modern and precritical Jewish and Christian commentary. Readings spanning the spectrum from the early Hebrew prose of Genesis and I and II Samuel to the late compositions of Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah. One year of classical Hebrew required. Consent of instructor required for undergraduates. Also taught as Old Testament 860. Instructor: Brettler, Chapman, Davis, Peters, or Portier-Young
Curriculum Codes
  • FL
Cross-Listed As
  • JEWISHST 607
Typically Offered
Fall Only