This study explores the stylistic effects of asynedeton in three of Paul's major letters: "Romans" and "First" and "Second Corinthians". It analyzes the way in which these stylistic features underwent change at the hands of scribes. By carefully charting the way in which the main Pauline manuscripts have deviated from Paul's use of asynenton, the authors build a profile of the behaviour of indivdual manuscripts and also of groups of texts.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 224
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