Amos 7:14 and the Prophetic Rhetoric
The article is devoted to the analysis of Amos 7:14 in the context of prophetic rhetoric. What does it mean if a personage of ancient Hebrew literature behaves like a prophet and at the same time denies that he is a prophet?
Winona Lake : Eisenbrauns, 2004
, The Ted Hughes Society Journal 2013 No. 3 P. 67-73
The article focusses on Ted Hughes' translation of Alexander Pushkin's "Prophet". The comparative analysis of both texts helps to highlight the "Hughesian" element of the english poem and to pin point Hughes' idea of art and artist's purpose. ...
Added: February 19, 2013
, Вестник Воронежского государственного университета. Серия: Лингвистика и межкультурная коммуникация 2014 № 1 С. 67-71
The article is focused on the texts of the poem ‘Prophet’ written by Alexander Pushkin and its translation made by one of the greatest British poets of the last century Ted Hughes. The main emphasis is placed on the transformations which were created by the translator (intentionally or unintentionally) to show that they were aroused ...
Added: November 14, 2014