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Analysis step for Bib Lit, Spring 2018, 1 Kings 21 B1. Genre and Interpretational rules Genre: __Narrative____________________ 5 interpretation rules (see pages 39-42) choose 5 of those rules and type them out here. 1. Descriptive and not prescriptive 2. Why this story? 3. Biblical stories are incomplete in detail 4. Do not allegorize narratives. 5. Read the entire narrative as a whole. 6. Pay attention to repetitions. 7. Literary and Historical Contexts. 8. Remember that God is a hero of the Biblical Narratives
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B2. Analysis chart Overall title: Naboth’s vineyard Ahab wants Naboth’s vineyard Literary analysis verse actions mood Setting of story Problem 1: Ahab wants the vineyard and can’t have it. Repetition with last paragraph: Ahab won’t eat. 1 Title: Ahab doesn’t get the vineyard **Naboth has a vineyard beside the palace. **Ahab asks to buy it or replace it with a better vineyard. **Naboth: Lord forbid I give you ancestral inheritance. **Ahab goes home, is sullen and won’t eat. Ahab: pouty Naboth: adamant, fearful New character: Jezebel Proposed solution to #1 problem: Jezebel will get the vineyard.
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  • Fall '16
  • Ms. Hall
  • English, Biblical Literature, Kingdom of Israel, Elijah, Ahab, Books of Kings, 1 Kings 21

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