The dual levels of the text: Hellenistic and Roman literature, to which the Biblical texts also belong, is scholarly

Luxor, felucca
Luxor, felucca

literature (Ulrich Schmitzer: Zeitgeschich­te in Ovids Metamorphosen, Stutt­gart 1990, p. 19f). It presupposes an educated social class that includes writers and readers / audiences. The texts are primarily written for the educated reader, but without losing sight of the simple audience. In this way, a surface text with a vivid, impressive narrative is created as well as a deep text with literary, philosophical and political references.

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