By Seong Whan Timothy Hyun
In activity the Unfinalizable, Seong Whan Timothy Hyun reads task 1-11 throughout the lens of Bakhtin’s dialogism and chronotope to listen to every one diversified voice as a different and both weighted voice. The certain voices within the prologue and discussion, Hyun argues, depict activity because the unfinalizable by means of operating jointly instead of quarrelling one another. As items of a puzzle come jointly to make the entire photo, all voices in activity 1-11 although each one with its personal certain ideology come jointly to accomplish the image of task. This photograph of task bargains readers a distinct approach to learn the ebook of activity: to discover larger questions instead of solutions.
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However, it might be an oversimplification to see the prologue as a didactic tale, because Newsom does not seem to fully engage with the Bakhtinian idea of genre. Newsom seems to adopt a form critical idea of genre rather than a Bakhtinian one. 86 If genre is associated with utterance, then each utterance in the prologue must be treated as a separate genre. ’ ”88 So, different styles may reflect different genres. By focusing 84 Newsom’s definition of the prologue as a didactic tale (The Book of Job, 40) seems to be indebted to Hans-Peter Müller’s study of the genre of the prologue in “Die weisheitliche Lehrerzählung im Alten Testament und seiner Umwelt,” Die Welt des Orients 9 (1977): 77–98 and “Die Hiobrahmenerzählung und ihre altorientalischen Parallelen als Paradig men einer weisheitlichen Wirklichkeitswahrnahme,” in The Book of Job, ed.
Bakhtin, Speech Genre and Other Late Essays, 71) According to this concept, the narrator’s voice and Job’s voice are different utterances, because the speaker has changed. Bakhtin views an author’s act of creating a character in a typical novel and particularly in the book of Job as an artistic and aesthetic activity. “For art to exist at all there must be alterity. Moreover, the consciousness of the creator must exist on a qualitatively different level job in the chronotope of the prologue 31 section will reflect on how the narrator plays his or her role of inviting Job’s voice and readers to question Job as a man ( )איׁשwho is perfect ()תם.
Narrative and Language in 2 Sam 13–20 (Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1978), 13. S. Mowatt, Friedrich von Husen, Introduction, Text Commentary and Glossary, Anglica Germanica II (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971), 26. 26 chapter one The Scope of the Text The purpose of the book is to read the voices in Job through the lens of Bakhtin’s dialogism, particularly chronotope. However, reading the whole book of Job is in itself a huge undertaking. Due to my limited space and time, unfortunately, I cannot analyze voices within the entire book of Job.