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Title
Wise, strange, and holy
Type
Text
Subject
Women in the Bible.
Bible. Old Testament--Feminist criticism.
Bible. Proverbs, I-IX--Feminist criticism.
Samson (Biblical judge)
Solomon, King of Israel.
Miriam (Biblical figure)
Dinah (Biblical figure)
Language
English
Classification
LCC: BS1199.W7 C36 2000 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 221.6/4 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 00456386
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: Part I
WOMAN WISDOM AND THE STRANGE WOMAN IN THE BOOK OF PROVERBS
Chapter 1
THE STRANGE WOMAN OF PROVERBS
Chapter 2
WISE AND STRANGE: WOMAN AS TRICKSTER IN PROVERBS
Part II
READING BIBLICAL NARRATIVE AS WISE AND STRANGE
Chapter 3
RIDDLERS, TRICKSTERS AND STRANGE WOMEN IN THE SAMSON STORY
Chapter 4
READING SOLOMON AS A WOMAN
Part III
SISTER, BROTHER, OTHER: THE ISRAELITE WOMAN ESTRANGED
Chapter 5
OF LINEAGES AND LEVITES, SISTERS AND STRANGERS: CONSTRUCTING PRIESTLY BOUNDARIES IN THE POSTEXILIC PERIOD
Chapter 6
THE (E)STRANGE(D) WOMAN IN THE WILDERNESS:
MIRIAM AMONG THE PRIESTS
Chapter 7
THE (E)STRANGE(D) WOMAN IN THE LAND:
SOJOURNING WITH DINAH
CONCLUSION.
Authorized Access Point
Camp, Claudia V., 1951- Wise, strange, and holy