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The Fifth Book of the Pentateuch
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This article considers the book of Deuteronomy in its narrative integrity and dynamic, from... mehr
The Fifth Book of the Pentateuch
This article considers the book of Deuteronomy in its narrative integrity and dynamic, from beginning to end. It focuses on six main threads and themes of Deuteronomy’s overall construction, paying attention to their (interconnected) sequential unfolding: the relationship between Moses, speaker and narrator within the narrated world, and the narrator of the framing book (section 2); Deuteronomy’s overall plot, which surfaces only when the final disclosure about the obedience of the sons of Israel (34:9) is taken into consideration (section 3); Moses’ switch from oral to written communication (section 4); the motif of Moses’ death, from his dissimulation to God’s ultimate education of his prophet (section 5); the narrative centrality of the law code within Deuteronomy’s system of if-plots (section 6); the identity of Joshua as “prophet like Moses,” and epitome of the system of mediations set up by Moses, the prophet whom God knew face-to-face (section 7).