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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steed V Davidson
|Notes:||"A Continuum imprint"--T.p. verso.
Based on the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--Union Theological Seminary, 2005, under the title Finding a place : a postcolonial examination of the ideology of place in the book of Jeremiah.
|Description:||xi, 218 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||(Dis)locating location --
(Dis)locating interpretations --
The book of Jeremiah in postcolonial perspective --
Saving home : Jeremiah 32:1-15 --
The world in the home : Jeremiah 40:1-12 --
(A)way from home : Jeremiah 29:5-7 --
Conclusion : Reading between exodus and exile.
|Series Title:||Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies, 542.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies.|
|Responsibility:||Steed Vernyl Davidson.|
Empire and Exile offers a lucid analysis of ways in which the book of Jeremiah reveals ancient Judean strategies for cultural survival during the period of Babylonian domination. Deftly deploying