Ancient fiction the matrix of early Christian and Jewish narrative

Restrictions on access to electronic version: access available to SOAS staff and students only, using SOAS id and password.
Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.
Full title: Ancient fiction [electronic resource] : the matrix of early Christian and Jewish narrative / edited by Jo-Ann A. Brant, Charles W. Hedrick, and Chris Shea.
Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete.
, ProQuest (Firm)
Other authors: Brant, Jo-Ann A., 1956-
Hedrick, Charles W.
Shea, Chris, 1949-
Format: eBook           
Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.

Table of Contents:
  • The educational curriculum in Chariton's Callirhoe /
  • Ronald F. Hock
  • Imitating imitation : Vergil, Homer, and Acts 10:1-11:18 /
  • Chris Shea
  • Die Entführung in das Serail : Aspasia : a female Aesop? /
  • Richard I. Pervo
  • Novel and mystery : discourse, myth, and society /
  • Gerhard van den Heever
  • Midrash as fiction and midrash as history : what did the rabbis mean? /
  • Chaim Milikowsky
  • Mimesis and dramatic art in Ezekiel : the tragedians' exagoge /
  • Jo-Ann A. Brant
  • Daniel 1-6 : a biblical story-collection /
  • Tawny L. Holm
  • 3 Maccabees : an anti-Dionysian polemic /
  • Noah Hacham
  • Third Maccabees : historical fictions and the shaping of Jewish identity in the Hellenistic period /
  • Sara R. Johnson
  • Humor and paradox in the characterization of Abraham in the Testament of Abraham /
  • Jared W. Ludlow
  • Resurrection and social perspectives in the apocryphal Acts of Peter and Acts of John /
  • Judith B. Perkins
  • The breasts of Hecuba and those of the daughters of Jerusalem : Luke's transvaluation of a famous Iliadic scene /
  • Dennis R. MacDonand
  • The choral crowds in the tragedy according to St. Matthew /
  • J.R.C. Cousland
  • The summaries of Acts 2, 4, and 5 and utopian literary traditions /
  • Ruben Rene Dupertuis
  • A biography of a motif : the empty tomb in the Gospels, the Greek novels, and Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet / Andy Reimer.