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Видове дъжд в Стария завет

Алмалех, Мони (2007) Видове дъжд в Стария завет. In: Това чудо – езикът! : Изследвания в чест на проф. д-р Живко Бояджиев. Университетско издателство „Св. Климент Охридски”, София, pp. 54-66. ISBN 9789540723747

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Abstract

Almalech, Mony. Different kinds of rain in the Old Testament. The Hebrew and the Bulgarian texts of Deuteronomy, 32:2 are compared. Symbolically the rain is the monotheistic doctrine, and the tender herbs and the grasses are the people-pupils. The author finds differences in different translations based on the linguistic relativity at Indo-European and Semitic languages. The Hebrew words for different kinds of rain are represented by their verse`s and root semantics. An important Hebrew word for rain misses in Deuteronomy, 32:2. According to the author such absence is an important sign at Bible`s micro and macro `theme-focus structure`.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:the rain in the Old Testament, Hebrew, symbolism of rain in the Bible, the song of Moses
Subjects:Sociology.Anthropology > Cultural anthropology
Language. Linguistics. Literature > Language
Logic.Ethics (Moral philosophy).Esthetics. > Theory of knowledge. Epistemology. Semiotic
Religion > Religion. Philosophy and theory of religion. Theosophy
Religion > Bible
Religion > Judaism
ID Code:343
Deposited By: Professor Mony Almalech
Deposited On:29 Oct 2009 10:33
Last Modified:24 Aug 2012 08:13

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