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How should graded numerical parallelism in Hebrew poetry be understood?
In Hebrew poetry, especially proverbs, we see examples of monotonically increasing numbers that set up parallels. For instance Proverbs 30:15 (NJPS): The leech has two daughters, “Give!” and ...
Nov 14 '11 at 19:07
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