In comparison with other literary aspects of the Old Testament,
humour has suffered much scholarly neglect. The present collection
of essays (by the editors and ten other authors) argues that humour
is plentiful in biblical literature and that many passages, indeed
even whole books, can be properly understood only when the humorous
intention of the author is acknowledged. This collection is a
particularly interesting, innovative and provocative one.
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