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The Book Called IsaiahDeutero-Isaiah's Role in Composition and Redaction$
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H. G. M. Williamson

Print publication date: 1994

Print ISBN-13: 9780198263609

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198263600.001.0001

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Limitations, Presuppositions, and Method

Limitations, Presuppositions, and Method

(p.19) 2 Limitations, Presuppositions, and Method
The Book Called Isaiah

H. G. M. Williamson

Oxford University Press

Explains the decision to focus on the first two major parts of the Book of Isaiah (Chs. 1–55) at the expense of the third (Chs. 56–66), examines research into the question of the unity or multiple authorship of Deutero‐Isaiah (Chs. 40–55) and its theological implications, highlighting the work of H.J. Hermisson, and sets out the criteria for the discussion in the following three chapters of the extent to, and ways in which, Deutero‐Isaiah was influenced by Proto‐Isaiah (Chs. 1–39).

Keywords:   Deutero‐Isaiah, Hermisson, multiple authorship, Proto‐Isaiah, unity

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