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Harry Freedman, The Murderous History of Bible Translations: Power, Conflict and the Quest for Meaning (London – Oxford – New York – New Delhi – Sydney: Bloomsbury 2016)

Jakub Wardęga

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Book review: Harry Freedman, The Murderous History of Bible Translations: Power, Conflict and the Quest for Meaning (London – Oxford – New York – New Delhi – Sydney: Bloomsbury, 2016). Pp. 248, £ 20. ISBN 978-1-4729-2167-3

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31743/ba.2018.8.1.07


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Harry Freedman; Bible translation; Bible history, review

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Bibliografia


J. G. Carleton, The Part of Rheims in the Making of the English Bible (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1902).

F. J. Crehan, “The Bible in the Roman Catholic Church from Trent to the Present Day”, The Cambridge History of the Bible: The West from the Reformation to the Present Day (ed. S. L. Greenslade) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2008) 199-237.

Goff, P. – Farnsley II, A. – Thuesen. P., “The Bible in American Life”, http://www.raac.iupui.

edu/files/2713/9413/8354/Bible_in_American_Life_Report_March_6_2014.pdf, 9 August 2017.

Pietersma, A. – Wright B. G. (eds.), A New English Translation of the Septuagint and the Other Greek Translations Traditionally Included under That Title (New York: Oxford University Press 2007).


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