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The Most Obscure Literary Technique in the Bible

Video from Euler's Identity Crisis

"A technique super obscure but really cool. Janus Parallelism is "a literary device in which a middle stich of poetry parallels in a polysemous manner both the line that precedes it and the line which follows it." from video introduction.

Janus Parallelism in the Book of Job (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) P

by Scott B. Noegel (link)


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