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Inner-biblical Interpretation Reference library
G. Brooke Lester
...p. 295; Kronfeld). Perri and Kronfeld, along with Garner, would incorporate Ben-Porat’s insights into continuing examination of “allusion” as a figurative trope, and the influence of this trajectory is still seen in literary criticism (e.g., Pucci 1998 ; Irwin 2001 ; and Lennon 2004 ). For this “school,” the competent reader undergoes four stages in the performance of a literary allusion: first, recognizing the textual marker in the alluding text; second, identifying the evoked text; third (and necessarily to speak of “allusion”), modifying her...
U2 Reference library
Jeffrey F. Keuss
...and hymns were my first taste of inspirational music. I liked the words but wasn’t sure about the tunes—with the exception of Psalm 23, “The Lord is my Shepherd.” I remember them droned and chanted rather than sung. Still, in an odd way, they prepared me for the honesty of John Lennon, the baroque language of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, the open throat of Al Green and Stevie Wonder—when I hear these singers, I am reconnected to a part of me I have no explanation for … my “soul” I guess. ( 1999 , p. ix) The U2 catalog is peppered through with biblical...
Bayle, Pierre (1647–1706) Reference library
Hubert Bost and David Gascoigne
...Augustine for and against Pagan Virtues’, Medieval Philosophy and Theology 8 (1999) 105–27. E. Labrousse , Pierre Bayle , 2: Hétérodoxie et rigorisme (Paris 1996). T. M. Lennon , Reading Bayle (Toronto 1999). A. McKenna , ‘Bayle moraliste augustinien’, Revue de littérature française comparée 6 (1996) 175–86. G. Mori , Bayle philosophe (Paris 1999). ...