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5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Smalley, Evangelist, p. 90. Smalley, Evangelist, p. 91. Painter, Witness, pp. 39,40. Painter, Witness, p. 41. Painter, Witness, p. 48. Painter, Witness, p. 42. Painter, Witness, p. 46. Davies, Rhetoric, pp. 82-87. Davies, Rhetoric, p. 83. Davies, Rhetoric, p. 83. 2 Judaism in General Dodd takes the ani hu of the Old Testament as the starting point for understanding the eyco eijui of John. However, he looks to Rabbinic texts to elucidate the words in John further. He refers to Pinchas ben Jair (c.
25, it may be that the formulation of his eycb eijii saying actually points to 'the silent intent of the word' which 'shoots beyond to do its work'. 5. Point of View Before discussing what is meant by 'point of view' it is important to note that any narrative 1. Duke, Irony, p. 23: 'Dramatic irony employs a speaker or actant who knows less than is apparent and whose involvement in the irony is quite unintentional'. The Samaritan woman is the victim of such dramatic irony. 2. H. Abrams, A Glossary of Literary Terms (New York: Holt, Reinhart and Winston, 3rd edn, 1971), p.
187. 2. Ashton, Understanding, p. 187. 3. See Chapter 5 Below. 4. g. Jer. 4, 10, 25, 31). 'I am' sayings are either spoken on the lips of the LORD himself (see Isa. g. Abraham's servant). In such a context they are usually accompanied by a name, or possibly a person's role. 1. Possible Parallels 45 an urgent need to discover how the words are used in the Fourth Gospel itself. By means of such a study, it will be easier to delimit which parallels can be discarded as background material to the Gospel, and which parallels should be studied further.