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2019 | 44 | 15-28
Article title

Zagadkowe relacje pomiędzy bohaterami sagi o Samsonie. Analiza wybranych elementów Sdz 13-16

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EN
The Puzzling Relations Between the Heroes of the Samson Saga. Analysis of Selected Elements Jud. 13-16
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Abstracts
PL
Saga o Samsonie jest oryginalną częścią Biblii Hebrajskiej, w której licznie występują niedopowiedzenia, zagadki i stwierdzenia nie do końca zgodne z prawdą. Kolejni bohaterowie zakrywają przed sobą istotne wiadomości, a główny bohater igra ze swoimi przeciwnikami opowiadając im zagadki. Celem przedkładanego artykułu jest wyszczególnić kolejne elementy, które składają się na narrację o Samsonie i stanowią o enigmatyczności całego opowiadania. Analiza wybranych elementów ma uzmysłowić Czytelnikowi, że tajemniczość sagi o Samsonie nie zależy tylko od zagadek konstruowanych przez głównego bohatera, ale także od relacji pomiędzy jego rodzicami i aniołem Pańskim.
EN
The Samson saga is an original part of the Hebrew Bible in which numerous understatements, puzzles and statements far from the truth appear. Successive heroes hide important information from one another, while the principal figure plays with his opponents by telling them puzzles. The main aim of this article is specify the successive elements which make up the narrative and which give the story as a whole its enigmatic character. The analysis of selected elements is intended to make the reader aware that the enigma of the Samson saga rests not only on the puzzles constructed by the principal figure, but also on the relationship between his parents and the angel of God.
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Issue
44
Pages
15-28
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Contributors
  • Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
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