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'And He Will Take Your Daughters...'
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CONTENTS Preface List of Tables Abbreviations Part I: PARAMETERS OF THE STUDY Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION Chapter 2: WOMAN STORY AS A LITERARY PATTERN IN THE DAVID NARRATIVE Part II: WOMAN STORY AND MONARCHAL POWER ACQUIRED Chapter 3: MICHAL: FOR THE LOVE OF A KING Chapter 4: ABIGAIL: SAVE A KING-LOSE A DESTINY (1 Sam. 25:1-44) Chapter 5: RIZPAH AND MICHAL (SEQUEL): TAKE A WOMAN-TAKE A KINGDOM (2 Samuel 3:6-39) Part III: WOMAN STORY AND MONARCHAL POWER POSSESSED Chapter 6: BATHSHEBA: DOMINATION AND THE ABUSE OF POWER Chapter 7: TAMAR: ABDICATION AND THE ABUSE OF POWER (2 Sam. 13:1-39) Chapter 8: WISE WOMAN OF TEKOA: MANIPULATION AND THE ABUSE OF POWER (2 Sam. 14:1-24) Part IV: WOMAN STORY AND MONARCHAL POWER THREATENED Chapter 9: TEN CONCUBINES AND A WISE WOMAN:A THREATENED KING AND WOMEN BEHIND WALLS Chapter 10: RIZPAH AND MICHAL (SEQUEL): A THREATENED KING AND MOTHERS IN ISRAEL Chapter 11: WOMAN STORY PATTERN AND THE ETHICAL EVALUATION OF THE MONARCHY IN THE DAVID NARRATIVE Appendices Bibliography Index of Biblical References Index of Authors

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The depiction of the significant female characters in the David narrative reveals a progressively negative view of the early monarchy, and the abuses of power that occur within it.

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April D. Westbrook is Professor of Old Testament at Vanguard University, California, USA.

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Quite absorbing. -- Dianne Bergant, Catholic Theological Union, USA * Bible Today *

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