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Jephthah, and other poems Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The story of this unnamed woman appears near the end of her father’s story (see Judg –). Its position, as well as the events that it narrates, suggests that it functions primarily, though not necessarily solely, as a further explication of the character of her father.

It is, further, one of the most enigmatic stories in the Hebrew Bible. Jephthah (pronounced / ˈ dʒ ɛ f θ ə /; Hebrew: יפתח ‎ Yiftāḥ), appears in the Book of Judges as a judge who presided over Israel for a period of six years (Judges ).According to Judges, he lived in father's name is also given as Gilead, and, as his mother is described as a prostitute, this may indicate that his father might have been any of the men of that area.

Jephthah ruled Israel for only six years (Judges ). Scripture makes no mention of anyone mourning his death, or of any other children born to him. It seems that when he murdered his daughter, Jephthah also ended his family line. As one theologian explained: “He not only sacrifice[d] his daughter but also himself.

The First UK printing of the Second Edition published by Humphrey Milford, Oxford in The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition. Light pushing and fading at the spine tips.

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Some dustiness to the text-block. Light offsetting to the end papers. The gilt titling to the spine and front cover remains bright. Free from inscriptions and erasures. The scarce thin paper WRAPPER. The problem with this, or any other brief summary of the story, is that it leaves out so much of the material that the biblical narrator has considered important to present.

Such details need to be taken seriously. [1] The Story in Context.

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The story begins at the end of the previous chapter of the book of Judges. Adah is the name given to the daughter of a man called Jephthah, who is talked about in the Old Testament book of Judges (more specifically, Judges chapters 11 & 12, you can read the original here).

Jephthah had a bit of a shaded past, his mother was a prostitute, and his father could have been any number of men. item 2 The Story of Jephthah, and Other Poems. by A. Thead (English) Paperback Book Fre 1 - The Story of Jephthah, and Other Poems.

by A. Thead (English) Paperback Book Fre. $ Free shipping. item 3 The Story of Jephthah, and Other Poems. In looking at the life of Jephthah, we can see how human nature works. Jephthah was an unwanted man in his family and the entire community.

His brothers saw Jephthah as someone who would just decrease the potential inheritance they might acquire from their father. Jephthah, a judge or regent (often a hero figure) of Israel who dominates a narrative in the Book of Judges, where he is presented as an exemplar of faith for Israel in its monotheistic commitment to the Israelite tribe in Gilead (present northwest Jordan), he was banished from his home and became the head of a powerful band of brigands.

Oppressed by the rapacity of the. From Jephthah and Other Mysteries. Love’s Wisdom: From The Mother’s Tragedy and Other Poems. Madame Rodin: From Rodin In Rime. Mademoiselle le Modele—Dite Jones, A: From The Star and the Garter. Madonna of the Golden Eyes: From The Mother’s Tragedy and Other Poems.

Magdalen Blair, The Testament of: From The Equinox, Volume I, Number 9. Jephthah, "Because Israel took away my land when they came up out of Egypt, from the Arnon as far as the Jabbok, and to the Jordan.

Now therefore, restore those lands peaceably." Jephthah then crafted a well thought out and through rejoinder to the king’s demands. 14 So Jephthah again sent messengers to the king of the people of Ammon. Pember, Edward Henry, Jephthah's daughter, and other poems, (London, Printed at the Chiswick press for private circulation, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Pember, Edward Henry, The maid of Messene, and other poems.

(London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Pember, Edward Henry. And other flowers, lay upon The altar of our love, thy stone. Thou wonder of all maids, liest here, Of daughters all, the dearest dear; The eye of virgins; nay, the queen Of this smooth green, And all sweet meads, from whence we get The primrose and the violet.

Too soon, too dear did Jephthah buy, By thy sad loss, our liberty. BACKGROUND: The story of Jephthah is found in the Book of Judges ( - ). This book tells of a troubled time when the rulers of the Israelites were called “judges”, before the time of the “Kings”.

It was the worst time in the history of Israel. It was a time of idolatry and greed. Time and time again the people are proud and trust. Jephthah: Jephthah and Other Mysteries. An Appeal to the American Republic: Carmen Saeculare. The Mother’s Tragedy. The Soul of Osiris: Tannhäuser: New Year, The God-Eater.

Ahab and Other Poems. Alice: An Adultery. The Star and the Garter. Berashith. Balzac. Summa Spes: The Star and the Garter.

The. explore the possibility that other contemporary references to Jephthah existed that would have been known to Elizabethans. Jephthah and the Seventh Homily Against Swearing Following the schedule mandated in the Book of Common Prayer, Judges 11 was read in church once a year, but it was not the only time Jephthah was mentioned in a liturgical.

In selecting haftarot to supplement and illumine the weekly Shabbat readings (parasha), the rabbis chose just three from the Book of Judges (shofetim).One is the Song of Deborah (Judg 5), and it is matched to Parashat Beshallah (Exod –) that contains the Song of the Sea, for their poems celebrate some of God’s greatest acts on behalf of Israel.

We are told in the book of Judges Chapter 11 that Jephthah went into exile in the land of Tob " worthless men banded together with Jephthah and went our raiding with him." This tells us that Jephthah was a good leader and that he had organized a small army that followed him and were quite successful in their endeavours.

Jephthah and His Daughter The Book of Judges Chapter Then the Spirit of the Lord came upon Jephthah, and he passed over Gilead, and Manasseh, and passed over Mizpeh of Gilead, and from Mizpeh of Gilead he passed over unto the children of Ammon. Jephthah Judge Of Israel poem by Anonymous Olde English.

Have you not heard these many years agoJeptha was judge of IsraelHe had one only daughter and no mo. Page. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Aleister Crowley (Crowley, Aleister, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article.

Crowley, Aleister, Alice: An Adultery (slightly abridged from privately issued first edition; Inverness: Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, ) multiple formats at In the 12th Chapter of Judges, Jephthah made a vow to God to present as a “burnt offering” the first thing that comes out of his house to greet him, if God will let him defeat the Ammonites.

As anyone whose read the story knows, his daughter rushes out to greet him, and gamely submits to the terms of her father’s vow. JEPHTHAH. Why look you so. He told you other thing.

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CHORUS. Nay, lord, no saying that we understood. JEPHTHAH. Speak thou its purport; I may understand. For, know you, in the desert where I dwelt I had strange store of books obscure; books written Not openly for fools, but inwardly Toward the heart of wise men. And myself.

Jephthah Character Analysis “ [Jephthah] did with her according to his vow that he had made” (Judges b1). The tragedy and confusion of the account of Jephthah lie in the fact that Jephthah, not only fulfilled his unfaithful vow, but the fulfillment of that unfaithful vow resulted in the killing of an innocent life, his daughter.Jephthah, and most of the other poems which appear in that volume, were written about this period.

It is a kind of backwater in my life. It is a kind of backwater in my life. I .HUNGERFIELD AND. ROBINSON JEFFERS. OTHER POEMS. Random House, New York, ().

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