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Isaiah After Exile: The Author of Third Isaiah as Reader and Redactor of the Book (review)

Isaiah After Exile: The Author of Third Isaiah as Reader and Redactor of the Book (review) Hebrew Studies 52 (2011) Reviews "justice and righteousness" and his close reading of these chapters of 2 Samuel are the real strengths and benefits of his book. Anthony R. Petterson Morling College Sydney, Australia ISAIAH AFTER EXILE: THE AUTHOR OF THIRD ISAIAH AS READER AND REDACTOR OF THE BOOK. By Jacob Stromberg. Oxford Theological Monographs. Pp. xvi + 281. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Cloth, $125.00. This monograph, a revised Oxford D.Phil. thesis written under the supervision of Hugh G. M. Williamson, focuses on the role of Isaiah 56­66 in the overall formation of the book. Stromberg examines two often isolated topics: first, the ways in which Isaiah 56­66 alludes to Isaiah 1­55; and second, how Isaiah 1­55 is edited in light of Isaiah 56­66. Thus, Stromberg analyzes the use of allusion within Isaiah 56­66, viewing the author of Third Isaiah as a reader of Isaiah 1­55, in order to help identify cases of redaction within Isaiah 1­55 by this same author. First, however, Stromberg must address the preparative issues of composition and authorship of Isaiah 56­66 in the monograph's first section, "The Author of Third Isaiah." In chapter one, he primarily reviews the scholarship on these topics http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

Isaiah After Exile: The Author of Third Isaiah as Reader and Redactor of the Book (review)

Hebrew Studies , Volume 52 (1) – Feb 5, 2011

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Hebrew Studies 52 (2011) Reviews "justice and righteousness" and his close reading of these chapters of 2 Samuel are the real strengths and benefits of his book. Anthony R. Petterson Morling College Sydney, Australia ISAIAH AFTER EXILE: THE AUTHOR OF THIRD ISAIAH AS READER AND REDACTOR OF THE BOOK. By Jacob Stromberg. Oxford Theological Monographs. Pp. xvi + 281. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Cloth, $125.00. This monograph, a revised Oxford D.Phil. thesis written under the supervision of Hugh G. M. Williamson, focuses on the role of Isaiah 56­66 in the overall formation of the book. Stromberg examines two often isolated topics: first, the ways in which Isaiah 56­66 alludes to Isaiah 1­55; and second, how Isaiah 1­55 is edited in light of Isaiah 56­66. Thus, Stromberg analyzes the use of allusion within Isaiah 56­66, viewing the author of Third Isaiah as a reader of Isaiah 1­55, in order to help identify cases of redaction within Isaiah 1­55 by this same author. First, however, Stromberg must address the preparative issues of composition and authorship of Isaiah 56­66 in the monograph's first section, "The Author of Third Isaiah." In chapter one, he primarily reviews the scholarship on these topics

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Published: Feb 5, 2011

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