Irony in the Matthean Passion Narrative

Irony in the Matthean Passion Narrative


Irony (as used right here) is a rhetorical and literary equipment for revealing "what is hidden in the back of what's seen." It therefore bargains the reader an outstanding knowing through the excellence among truth and its shadow. The publication presents a background of other definitions of irony, from Aristophanes to sales space; discusses the constitutive formal components of irony and the capabilities of irony; then experiences specific points of the Matthean ardour Narrative that require the reader to acknowledge a deeper fact underneath the skin of the narrative. This enticing examine offers very important perception into the literary features within the Gospel of Matthew. This paintings is a different source destined to be used by means of students and scholars of the hot testomony.

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