Academia Biblica (Series) (Society of Biblical Literature) ; no. 20.
Formatted Contents Note
Approaching Hosea 2 Rhetoric and metaphor in historical perspective The marriage metaphor The metaphors of the wife/mother, fornication, and adultery The metaphors of lovers and Baal(s) The rhetorical context of Hosea 2 The rhetorical address of Hosea 2 (part 1) The rhetorical address of Hosea 2 (part 2).
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-324) and indexes.